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Application Event Framework

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Have not seen mention of this and listeners in the exam objectives. Does anyone know if it is on the exam?
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A set of listeners can actually be used as a event framework. I would think this to be an application of listeners; an example where they can be used.
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Hi Nadine,
I think you "just" have to know about the listeners in servlet/jsp:
This is much more a programmer exam than about architecture or program design:
I found 6 listeners in the api:
A good "framework" to understand these listeners is satyas who_speaks_and_who_listens_logic
If you are interested in event notification patterns there is a fresh tutorial in IBM_developerworks: http://www6.software.ibm.com/developerworks/education/j-delivery/j-delivery-1-1.html
But of course you dont need to know that for the exam.

Seriously Rick? Seriously? You might as well just read this tiny ad:
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