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Java Beans in SCWCD

 
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To all ranchers,
I have read a couple of messages regarding people who have taken the exam. I wonder how detail that the exam requires us to know about Java Beans (or even EJB)?
Thanks so much!
KMWorld
 
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The objective for this is
Section 10 - Designing and Developing JSP pages Using JavaBean Components
10.1 For any of the following tag functions, match the correctly constructed tag, with attributes and values as appropriate, with the corresponding description of the tag's functionality:
Declare the use of a JavaBean component within the page.
Specify, for jsp:useBean or jsp:getProperty tags, the name of an attribute.
Specify, for a jsp:useBean tag, the class of the attribute.
Specify, for a jsp:useBean tag, the scope of the attribute.
Access or mutate a property from a declared JavaBean.
Specify, for a jsp:getProperty tag, the property of the attribute.
Specify, for a jsp:setProperty tag, the property of the attribute to mutate, and the new value.
10.2 Given JSP page attribute scopes: request, session, application, identify the equivalent servlet code.
10.3 Identify techniques that access a declared JavaBean component.

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Carl Trusiak, SCJP2
 
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Thanks very much for your quick reply, Carl.
Then it sounds like only the popular Java Beans stuff would be on the exam.
KMWorld
 
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