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If you are studying for the exam, why don't you have a copy of the servlet JavaDocs and the API? Bill
Joined: Sep 30, 2004
Friends Maybe I was not very clear with my question..my intention was not to ask about what is the return value of init method. It's clear in the signature, void.
I was keen to know, what things in init method could prevent the container from servicing any request from the client I could get a reason, if there is an exception raised into init, then there is not any possibility of going to the service method. and one of my friends had appeared in scwcd recently. He was also not able to get what could be the other reason as he had to make two choices.
So I aplologize if my very basic questions caused inconvinience to some of you of course I'm not very experienced in this technology, but, yes I'm on the way anyways thanks for your answers.. regards [ November 09, 2004: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]