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Mock Questions

  scjp 1.5

  • Declarations, Initialization & Scoping
  • Method overriding or overloading
  • Inner Classes
  • Flow Control
  • Type Safe Enum
  • Enhanced for loop
  • Assertions
  • Exception
  • API Contents autoboxing & unboxing
  • File
  • Serializable
  • java.text and Locale
  • Regular Expression
  • Collections and Generics
  • Thread and Concurrency

  •   scjp 1.6

  • Declarations, Initialization & Scoping
  • Method overriding or overloading
  • Inner Classes
  • Flow Control
  • Type Safe Enum
  • Enhanced for loop
  • Assertions
  • Exception
  • API Contents autoboxing & unboxing
  • File
  • Serializable
  • java.text and Locale
  • Regular Expression
  • Collections and Generics
  • Thread and Concurrency
  • NavigableMap
  • NavigableSet
  • java.io.Console

  •   scwcd 1.5

  • Servlet Basic
  • The Structure and Deployment of Web Applications
  • The Web Container Model
  • Servlet event listeners
  • Session Management,session listeners
  • Servlet Filter
  • Web Application Security
  • j2ee patterns
  • JSP Directives
  • JSP page life cycle
  • JSP implicit objects
  • JSP include
  • Expression Language (EL)
  • JSTL
  • Building a Custom Tag Library
  • SCWCD : Servlet Filter Mock Exam Practice Questions

    Questions no -1 
    What is the sequence of method execution in Filter?
    
    
    options A)init,doFilter,destroy B)doFilter,init,destroy C)destroy,doFilter,init D)destroy,doFilter Correct answer is : A Explanations : The init method is called by the container when the filter is instantiated. If you wish to pass initialization parameters to the filter, you retrieve them from the FilterConfig object passed to init. Then doFilter and last is destroy.
    Questions no -2
    Which of the following statement is true about servlet filter ?
    
    
    options A)A filter is a reusable piece of code that can transform the content of HTTP requests, responses, and header information. B)Filters do not generally create a response or respond to a request as servlets do. C)Filters can act on dynamic or static content. D)All of the above Correct answer is : D Explanations : All statements are true.
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