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Tiffiny Yang
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Consider the following servlet code:
//...
public void service (HttpServletRequest request,
HttpServletResponse response)
throws IOException, ServletException
{
//1
}
Which of the following can be used at //1 to retrieve a JavaBean named
address present in the application scope? (Select one)
a getServletContext().getAttribute("address");
b application.getAttribute("address");
c request.getAttribute("address",APPLICATION_SCOPE);
d pageContext.getAttribute("address",APPLICATION_SCOPE);
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Hi,

The correct answer is a.

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Tiffiny Yang
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Thanks for reply.

What's wrong with choice d?
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Hi,

Choice d is using of of the implicit objects of the _jspService method in the Servlet generated by a JSP.

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Thanks.

Another question:
in the _jspService() method, the only visible objects are : request/response/out, correct?
 
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Hi,

They are :

JspWriter out
HttpServletRequest request
HttpServletResponse response
HttpSession session
ServletContext application
ServletConfig config
JspException exception
PageContext pageContext
Object page

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