1. Which JSP directive declares the usage of a tag library in a JSP page? Answer taglib <tablib> <taglib />
2) Which method is used to get initialization parameters? Answer getInitParameter getInitParameter(String) getInitParameter(String); public String getInitparameter(String);
3. I have heard many people saying that they have got many questions in design patterns which are [bold]not[/bold] in the objectives. If so, what are the other patterns can be expected in the exam other than the 4 mentioned in the objectives? 4. Is this information correct? No of questions : 59 Pass mark : 61 Duration : 90 Mins 5) Regarding drag and drop questions, any idea how it looks like? So much confused about this. 6) Is it true that I can [bold]SAFELY[/[bold] avoid sun marketting questions? How many questions are they? I am planning to take the exam tomorrow. So is somebody can give me the answer for this questions, I really appreciate it. [ December 17, 2002: Message edited by: Thiru Thangavelu ]
Hi, I will try to answer those I know 1. Which JSP directive declares the usage of a tag library in a JSP page? Answer taglib Actually it is <%taglib .....%> there is no equivalent xml sysntax 2) Which method is used to get initialization parameters? Answer getInitParameter(String); (It returns a string)
Rest I don't know as I haven't given the exam yet :-) Bhushan
posted 17 years ago
Thanks Bhushan. 1)For the first question, I am not talking about <taglib> directive of JSP. I am talking about <taglib> which is declared in web.xml for tag library descriptors. 2)I am not sure whether your answer is also correct or not. Anyone suggest answers for my alls/any questions?
Hi Bhushan, I know the API has this method. But when this question is asked fill in the blank question, how do you write it? I mean only the method or with parameters or with () or with ; ... etc. I just want to know what exactly I need to write when i have this type of questions?
Thanks,<br />Thiru<br />[SCJP,SCWCD,SCBCD]
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