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Durga Krishna
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1)what i should do to implement an interface in my JSP page?
2)what is the differene between JSP writer and print writer?
3)can i use jsp scriplet in java script?
4)what you can do in program in order the to make browser not to keep your pages in caches?
5)How much data the session object can store?
6)In a JSP page how do u fill the values of a Drop Down Box(both static and dynamic)?
7)How to display values without using Out in JSP?
[ July 12, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
Ben Souther
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Are you just letting folks know what questions you've encountered in an interview or are you asking us to answer them for you?
 
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Those are some mighty lame interview questions...
 
Durga Krishna
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i really dont't know the answers...please let me know the answers for the above questions
 
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Some of them are already answered here. This thread has some new questions so I won't close it, but it is easier for us if you don't post duplicate threads.

Sorry if you feel we aren't being helpful, but the JavaRanch has a strong tradition of teaching, we prefer not to just hand out answers without knkowing whether it really helps someone. As many of these questions touch the basics of JSP (which are worth learning), people are encouraging you to investigate the answers. This would be of greater benefit to you than handing over the answers.

2) Have a look at the API for JSP Writer, the inheritance in particular ;)
3) This is a common JSP question. You can, but one gets evaluated on the client and the other on the server so they won't both be evaluated at the same place.
4) Another common one. You need several lines of code to cover several cases. A quick search should give you some good examples.
5) A session is a Java object, so how large can a Java Object be?
7) This is a basic scriptley question and the whole point behind JSPs

Hope this was useful.

Dave.
 
Durga Krishna
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Hi Dave,
Thank you very much for your valuable answers and suggestions.
I will follow you as you said.

once again thank you very much....
 
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