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Richard Rex
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The Squeaky Beans Inc. shopping application was initially developed for a nondistributed environment. The company recently purchased the Acme Application Server, which supports distributed HttpSession objects. When deploying the application to the server, the deployer marks it as distributable in the web application deployment descriptor to take advantage of this feature. Given this scenario, which two must be true? Choose two.

A. The J2EE web container must support migration of objects that implement Serializable.
B. The J2EE web container must use the native JVM Serialization mechanism for distributing HttpSession objects.
C. As per the specification, the J2EE web container ensures that distributed HttpSession objects will be stored in a database.
D. Storing references to Enterprise JavaBeans components in the HttpSession object might NOT be supported by J2EE web containers.
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

My Answers are A and D.

Thanks
 
singh santosh
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hi ,
i would aslo go for A & D.
B. The J2EE web container must use the native JVM Serialization mechanism for distributing HttpSession objects.
C. As per the specification, the J2EE web container ensures that distributed HttpSession objects will be stored in a database.


option B:is not correct as J2ee container can use but it is not compulsary
option C:is not correct as session object can be stored into database programticaly but this is not ensured by the container

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-santosh
 
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