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Regarding API.

 
anand phulwani
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Dear Ranchers,
Do i have to memorize the API.

in HFSJ its written NOTE o NOT try to memorize all of these now!Just get a feel for how the API works.

Now i dont know what feel is ,please advice do i have to memorize if yes then which should i include and which not.
 
Christophe Verré
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Unfortunately, you do have to memorize some of them. Of course, servlets, context, config, dispatcher, filters, listeners, cookies related stuff. Can't tell which exactly, but probably those in your book.
You also have to remember which methods is in which listener.

Good luck.
 
Pavel Kubal
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Sometimes it drives me mad these naming conventions :-))

For example

<servler>
<servlet-name></servlet-name>
</servler>

<tag>
<name></name> <!-- why not tag-name ??? -->
</tag>

next :

SKIP_PAGE and EVAL_PAGE - very nice and cleear :-)
SKIP_BODY and EVAL_BODY_INCLUDE - what the f3ck this is?

and I can continue

Seems like somebody has not sense of order.
[ July 25, 2006: Message edited by: Pavel Kubal ]
 
Christophe Verré
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Session timeouts is a nice one two
setMaxInactiveInterval whose parameter is in seconds,
and <session-timeout> whose value is in minutes.
 
MInu
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Is there any document which help us to remember API methods?
 
cheenu Dev
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just read things as of now!!!
when you take mocks you will get practised to it...
no need to memorize...
(except for some).
 
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