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scwcd question - flusing response buffer?

 
Subbaiah Annamalai
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Hi All,

I'm preparing for SCWCD exam. I came across a sample question from Sun website (Free Proficiency Assessment) for SCWCD. Hope you can help me with this.

Q: Which three, when called on an HttpServletResponse object, always result in all remaining content in the response buffer being flushed to the client? (Choose Three)

Choices:

sendError()
setStatus()
flushBuffer()
sendRedirect()
getOutputStream()
getOutputStream().println()

I referred Servlet Specification and it is mentioned that flushBuffer() flushes content to client but setStatus & sendError clears the buffer before sending data to client. so setStatus & sendError doesnt seem to be the right answer for this question. The last 3 choices also doesnt seem to be right. The questions asks to pick 3 answers. Is it something wrong with this question or am i missing something? please let me know what is the right answer for this question.
 
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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Hi,

Answare is
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sendError()
flushBuffer()
sendRedirect()
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Subbaiah Annamalai
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Thanks for the reply.

Can you plese give explanation or direct me to the sections in Servlet Spec?
 
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