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Total No Of Questions: 100.
1) You have been contracted to create a web site for a free dating service. One feature is the ability for one client to send a message to another client, which is displayed in the latter client's private page. Your contract explicitly states that security is a high priority. Therefore, you need to prevent cross-site hacking in which one user inserts JavaScript code that is then rendered and invoked when another user views that content. Which two JSTL code snippets will prevent cross-site hacking in the scenario above? (Choose two.)

2) A developer is designing a multi-tier web application and discovers a need to hide the details of establishing and maintaining remote communications from the client. In addition, the application needs to find, in a transparent manner, the heterogeneous business components used to service the client's requests. Which design patterns, working together, address these issues?

3) Given an EL function foo, in namespace func, that requires a long as a parameter and returns a Map, which two are valid invocations of function foo? (Choose two.)

4) Which two statements are true about the security-related tags in a valid Java EE deployment descriptor? (Choose two.)


Users of your web application have requested that they should be able to set the duration of their sessions. So for example, one user might want a webapp to stay connected for an hour rather than the webapp's default of fifteen minutes; another user might want to stay connected for a whole day. Furthermore, you have a special login servlet that performs user authentication and retrieves the User object from the database. You want to augment this code to set up the user's specified session duration.

Which code snippet in the login servlet will accomplish this goal?

6) Servlet A forwarded a request to servlet B using the forward method of RequestDispatcher. What attribute in B's request object contains the URI of the original request received by servlet A?


Assume a JavaBean com.example.GradedTestBean exists and has two attributes. The attribute name is of type java.lang.String and the attribute score is of type java.lang.Integer.

An array of com.example.GradedTestBean objects is exposed to the page in a request-scoped attribute called results. Additionally, an empty java.util.HashMap called resultMap is placed in the page scope.

A JSP page needs to add the first entry in results to resultMap, storing the name attribute of the bean as the key and the score attribute of the bean as the value.

Which code snippet of JSTL code satisfies this requirement?

8) Within the web application deployment descriptor, which defines a valid JNDI environment entry?


Given the JSP code:

<% request.setAttribute("foo", "bar"); %>

and the Classic tag handler code:

5. public int doStartTag() throws JspException {

6. // insert code here

7. // return int

8. }

Assume there are no other "foo" attributes in the web application.

Which invocation on the pageContext object, inserted at line 6, assigns "bar" to the variable x?



1. <% int[] nums = {42,420,4200};

2. request.setAttribute("foo", nums); %>

3. ${5 + 3 lt 6}

4. ${requestScope['foo'][0] ne 10 div 0}

5. ${10 div 0}

What is the result?