Maciek Mike wrote:Hi,
...In one of my mock questions I found this as the correct answer. Could someone please provide any example of vendor-specifiv authentication scheme?
Thanks in advance.
The answer on page 420 states that it will FAIL at request.
If the Bean exists on the request scope with value "Evan" why does it fail?
I am missing something but I don't know where.
<taglib xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
When you think of it - a URL needs to be rewritten only when it is pointing back to the same application, right? There's no point in passing a session ID to any other application (in fact - it might be insecure).
Encoded 14: /SessionUsingURLRewriting/../nondir/nonexistent.jsp;jsessionid=ebab003123420dc7494140ed08c7