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Jaspreet Singh UK
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Joined: Mar 06, 2001
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How much should I concentrate on things like
HTTP response codes for the exam?
How much do we need to know about listeners?
Jas
Anthony Villanueva
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
Posts: 1055
In the SCWCD objectives:
Section 1 - The Servlet Model
...
1.3 For each of the following operations, identify the interface and method name that should be used:
�Retrieve HTML form parameters from the request
�Retrieve a servlet initialization parameter
�Retrieve HTTP request header information
Set an HTTP response header; set the content type of the response
�Acquire a text stream for the response
�Acquire a binary stream for the response
�Redirect an HTTP request to another URL

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Section 3 - The Servlet Container Model
3.1 Identify the uses for and the interfaces (or classes) and methods to achieve the following features:
�Servlet context init. parameters
Servlet context listener
Servlet context attribute listener
Session attribute listeners
3.2 Identify the WebApp deployment descriptor element name that declares the following features:
�Servlet context init. parameters
Servlet context listener
Servlet context attribute listener
Session attribute listeners
3.3 Distinguish the behavior of the following in a distributable:
�Servlet context init. parameters
Servlet context listener
Servlet context attribute listener
Session attribute listeners
Jaspreet Singh UK
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Joined: Mar 06, 2001
Posts: 42
I had done a mock exam and it expected you to know things like what a 301 meant! Which I did not memorise.
Also you were expected to know things like the following ..
200 - Everythings ok
300 - redirection
400 - client error
500 - server error
I was wondering does the real exam expect you to know this .. because it not stated in the objectives!
Jas
 
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