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Which three are true about the HttpServletrequestWrapper Class?

A. the HttpServletRequestWrapper is an example of the Decorator pattern.

B. The HttpServletRequestWrapper can be used to extend the functionality of a servlet request.

C. A subclass of the HttpServletRequestWrapper CANNOT modify the behaviour of the getReader method.

D. An HttpServletRequestWrapper may be used only by a class implementing the javax.servlet.Filter interface.

E. An HttpServletRequestWrapper CANNOT be used on the request passed to the RequestDispatcher.include method. (this has to be FALSE)

F. An HttpServletRequestWrapper may modify the header of a request within an object implementing the javax.servlet.Filter interface.


Your answers will be appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
 
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I think it shud be A,B and F
A- It's clearly Decorator pattern
B- When you extend HttpServletRequestWrapper, you are extending HttpServletRequest implementation.
F - A Filter should be able to modify the request header before passing it to servlet

Please correct me if I am wrong.
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A and B are correct. F is probably the "correct" third answer, though you can't really alter the request's header. You can only change the behavior of the methods that return header information, making it appear as though the header were manipulated.
 
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Thank you !
 
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