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JSP method

 
Richard Rex
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Hi Ranchers!

I've seen this question in one of the mock exams I've been doing.

Which of the following methods can be overriden by the author of a JSP page?

a. void jspInit()
b. void _jspService(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)
c. void jspDestroy()
d. None of the above

I was supposed to answer A and D, but the engine allows only one answer... So I answered A.

And looked at it again after the mock exam and the engine says its D.

My question is why??? The mock unfortunately doesn't have explanation why...
 
subathra sangameswaran
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Hi,
The API says clearly that jspInit() and jspDestroy() may be overridden in a JSP Page using the declaration element.
May be the mock exam is just trying desparately to complicate things with the access modifiers.
 
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