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friso jonge
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Joined: Aug 06, 2002
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which of the folowing is most likely false ?
a) a seperate RequestDispatcher is associated with each request object.
b) request attributes are indirectly linked to the RequestDispatcher object
c) a RequestDispatcher manages threading issues associated with req.attributes of each request object.
d) the requestDispatcher is a wrapper for the target servlet
please post your votes for the answers, and explain.
book answer:
A - the reqdispatcher object can be obtained in two ways. One way is throught the request object, and the other through the servletContext. Consequently it is not tightly coupled with the request object.
(hmmm, doesn't that answer another question ?)
Vedhas Pitkar
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Joined: Jan 27, 2001
Posts: 445
I think it can be C as well.How can a RequestDispatcher manage threading issues?
 
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