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JWebplus : Question ID :994963696517

 
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JWebplus : Question ID :994963696517
Which method of HttpResponse would you use to set it's content type?
Ans. setHeader
But there is no setHeader methid in HttpResponse interface...
Answer should be setContentType
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But that's exactly what JWebPlus shows. setContentType() is also given as one of the correct options. And it is HttpServletResponse not HttpResponse.
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