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Which of the following XML elements should be present in a deployment descriptor of a web application so that it can be distributed accross multiple JVMs?
<distributable/>


<distributable>true</distributable>


<distributed/>


<distributed>true</distributed>


<distribute>true</distribute>


Which one is correct suggest me ?
 
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correct one is <distributable>true</distributable>
 
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I think <distributable/> is the correct one.
 
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<distributable/>
 
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This kind of question can be easily checked in the specification Download it if you don't have it yet.
 
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hey, the answer is

<distributable/>

Its covered in Jdiscuss.com mock exam.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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