Why doesn't this throw a ISE? I would suspect it should. The response returns true for isCommited().
I'm studying for the SCWCD and saw this code in a project I'm familiar with and thought, "wait a minute... this response is commited. Why does it work?" I thought I would ask the forum so that I could better understand something that might trip me up on the exam.
How can the headers be set after flushing and closing the output stream without throwing the ISE?
[ February 17, 2006: Message edited by: Timothy Stone ]
Timothy Stone, MIT, SCJP
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