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deployment descriptor question

 
Asher Tarnopolski
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hey ranchers!
i read a chapter of the new scwcd-preparation book on the security. there are a lot of information there regarding the declarative security & tags in web.xml.
my question is if i have to remember all of the security tags for the exam ? scwcds-please help!
thank's in advance.
 
R K Singh
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Yes ..
and its easy .... it looks tough till you dont pick a book to remember all tags of web.xml & .tld
You are suppose to know the order of tags and elements of tags.
All the best.
 
Anthony Villanueva
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tag order
 
Mehul Jasani
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Hi,
Yes you need to remember them. Also you need to remeber which tags are used for Authentication, and which for authorization. I got one question on deployment descriptior in the context of security.
 
Prathap kumar
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Friends,
Here goes the easy way to remember all the tag
element of web.xml.
Actually this was contributed by one of the ranchers.. I forgot his/her name...

For Web.xml element order( ignore punctuations)
I Dare Devil Drive. Cop Finds Follows. Listen Siren Stop. Sees My Window. E.T, Road Runner,Shrek? Laughs. Says, Entertainment Entities Etc.
I =<icon>
Dare =<display-name>
Devil =<description>
Drive=<distributable>
Cop=<context-param>
Finds=<filter>
Follows=<filter-mapping>
Listen=<listener>
Siren=<servlet>
Stop=<servlet-mapping>
Sees=<session-config>
My=<mime-mapping>
Window=<welcome-file-list>
E=<error-page>
T=<taglib>
Road=<resource-env-ref>
Runner=<resource-ref>
Shrek=<security-constrainst>
Laughs=<login-config>
Says=<security-role>
Entertainment=<env-entry>
Entities=<ejb-ref>
Etc=<ejb-local-ref>
Remember there are 23 words = 23 elements. The word listen and <listener> aligns.
 
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