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How is it specified that an application is distributable

1) By specifying in the DD: <distributable>yes</distributable
2) By specifying in the DD: <distributable></distributable>
3) It is servlet container specific
4) An application can't be distributable

Is the above topic covered in exam 1.3(310-080). I am refering to Deshmukh's book & there is no mention of DD. It also asks about Cookie Class, which I don't think is covered either.

Please guide.
 
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The answer is (2), but typically you would see it as:

rather than:


Obviously, these two are equivalent syntax for an empty tag in XML.

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Oh yeah,

You will not find this specific question of SCWCD v1.3 (nor v1.4).

As for the Cookie class? I don't remember if there are any questions about the Cookie class in v1.3, but there are some in v1.4.

Good luck,
Bryan
 
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Thank you Bryan for the reply. I am relieved
 
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