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1. Place the events in the order they occur Ans : 1 st ------------> JSP page is translated 2 nd ------------> JSP page is compiled 3 rd ------------> JSP page implementation class is loaded 4 th ------------> JSP page implementation is instantiated 5 th ------------> JspInit is called 6 th ------------> _jstService is called 7 th ------------> jstDestroy is called

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1. Place the events in the order they occur Ans : 1st ------------> JSP page is translated

2nd ------------>

JSP page is compiled

3rd------------>

JSP page implementation class is loaded

4th------------>

JSP page implementation is instantiated

5th------------>

JspInit is called

6th------------>

_jstService is called

7th------------>

jstDestroy is called

2. Place the code snippets in the proper order to construct the JSP code to import

static content into a JSP page at translation-time. Ans :

3. Place the appropriate element names on the left on the web application

deployment descriptor on the right so that files ending in ".mpg" are associated with the MIME type "video/mpeg." Ans :

< mine-mapping >

< extension > mpg

< mime-type > video/mpeg

< mime-mapping >

4. A servlet context listener loads a list of com.example.Product objects from a

database and stores that list into the catalog attribute of the ServletContext object.

Place code snippets to construct a jsp:useBean standard action to access this catalog. Ans :

id = catalog

type = com.example.product

scope = application

5. Place the corresponding resources and directories in the proper web application deployment structure Ans :

_____

|___JSP files Static content

|

|___WEB-INF

|

|___classes

| |____ java and servlet classes

|

|____ lib

| |____ JAR files

|

|____ web.xml

6. Place the events in the order they occur. Ans :

1st

---------->web container loads the servlet class

2nd

---------->web container instantiates the servlet

3rd

---------->web container calls the servlets init()

Method

4th

---------->web container calls the servlets service()

Method

5th

---------->web container calls the servlets destroy()

Method

7. Given a request from mybox.example.com, with an IP address of 10.0.1.11 on

port 33086, place the appropriate ServletRequest methods onto their corresponding return values.

Ans :

Mybox.example.com --------->get RemoteHost

10.0.1.11

---------->get RemoteHost

33086

---------->get ServerPort

8. Place the code snippets in the proper order to construct the JSP code to include

dynamic content into a JSP page at request-time.

Ans :

< jsp : include page = foo.jsp />

9. Place the servlet name onto every request URL, relative to the web applicationcontext root, that will invoke that servlet. Every request URL must be filled.

Ans :

/data/

----------->DataServlet

/data/index.jsp----------->DataServlet

/secure/command.do ----------->ControlServlet

/data/command.do----------->DataServlet

/data.do

----------->ControlServlet

10. Place the XML elements in the web application deployment descriptor solution

to configure a servlet context event listener named com.example.MyListener.

Ans :

< listener >

< listener-class > com.example.MyListener

< listener >