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Hi,

I have taken this questions from Marcus

1.A session attribute can store either a class or primitive type ?

My answer for this is TRUE, because in the below code i am getting

out put as 10. but the answer given is FASLE

2.which of the following will set the Content type to Image/GIF


My answer is both but answer given is setContentType() why is it so?

Thanks
 
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Originally posted by raja ram:

1.A session attribute can store either a class or primitive type ?



Actually,you can store any kind of object in session not premitive.

if you use jdk 1.5 or higher version then it automatically unbox the premitive to object


2.which of the following will set the Content type to Image/GIF


My answer is both but answer given is setContentType() why is it so?



Hmmm.... i think you are right
 
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Hi,
As this is SCWCD 1.5 exam,the answer to the first Question will be True.We can store primatives in session, is that correct?

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What happened when you tried to execute the code yurself?
 
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According to the explanation, the answer to first question should be True.
 
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What happened when you tried to execute the code yourself?



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