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Question about Distrubatble Web Application

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Hi Ranchers,
In one of the mock exams I found the following question related to distributable web application

For a Web Application to be distributable which of the follwing are true (select two):-
1. The J2ee web container must support migration of objects that implement Serializable.
2. The J2ee web container must use the native JVM serialization mechanisam for distributing HttpSession objects.
3. As per the specification the J2ee web container ensures that distributed HttpSession objects will be stored in DataBase.
4. Storing references to enterprise java beans components in the HttpSession object might NOT be supported by J2ee web containers.

So what are the answers for above question?

Thanks in Advance,
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It's much easier to answer a question like this if we know what you think on the subject. For example, what have you found out that the specification says about distributed HttpSession objects?
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