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    SCWCD Study Guide / Materials for SCWCD 5

    SCWCD 1.5 Exam Kit
    1. The Servlet Technology Model
    The HttpServlet abstract subclass adds additional methods beyond the basic Servlet interface that are automatically called by the service method in the HttpServlet class.
    2. HttpServletRequest Interface
    Request parameters for the servlet are the strings sent by the client to a servlet container as part of its request.
    3. HttpServletResponse interface
    A servlet can set headers of an HTTP response via the following methods of the HttpServletResponse interface
    4. Servlet Life Cycle
    A servlet is managed through a well defined life cycle that defines how it is loaded and instantiated, is initialized, handles requests from clients, and is taken out of service
    5. The Structure and Deployment of Web Applications
    A Web application exists as a structured hierarchy of directories. The root of this hierarchy serves as the document root for files that are part of the application
    6. The Web Container Model,ServletContext, Session
    the ServletContext interface allow the servlet access to context initialization parameters associated with a Web application as specified by the Application Developer in the deployment descriptor
    7. Servlet event listeners
    The application events facility gives the Web Application Developer greater control over the lifecycle of the ServletContext and HttpSession and ServletRequest.
    8. RequestDispatcher
    RequestDispatcher defines an object that receives requests from the client and sends them to any resource
    9. Session Management,session listeners
    Sessions are represented by an HttpSession object. You access a session by calling the HttpServletRequest.getSession() or HttpServletRequest.getSession(boolean) method of a request object.
    10. Servlet Filter
    Describe the Web container request processing model; write and configure a filter; create a request or response wrapper; and given a design problem, describe how to apply a filter or a wrapper.
    11. Web Application Security
    Based on the servlet specification, compare and contrast the following security mechanisms: (a) authentication, (b) authorization, (c) data integrity, and (d) confidentiality.


    12. The JavaServer Pages (JSP) Technology Model
    Identify, describe, or write the JSP code for the following elements: (a) template text, (b) scripting elements (comments, directives, declarations, scriptlets, and expressions), (c) standard and custom actions, and (d) expression language elements.
    13. JSP Directives
    Write JSP code that uses the directives: (a) 'page' (with attributes 'import', 'session', 'contentType', and 'isELIgnored'), (b) 'include', and (c) 'taglib'.
    14. JSP Document (XML-based document) that uses the correct syntax
    Write a JSP Document (XML-based document) that uses the correct syntax.
    15. JSP page life cycle
    Describe the purpose and event sequence of the JSP page life cycle: (1) JSP page translation, (2) JSP page compilation, (3) load class, (4) create instance, (5) call the jspInit method, (6) call the _jspService method, and (7) call the jspDestroy method.
    16. JSP implicit objects
    implicit objects: (a) request, (b) response, (c) out, (d) session, (e) config, (f) application, (g) page, (h) pageContext, and (i) exception.
    17. Tag libraries
    Configure the deployment descriptor to declare one or more tag libraries, deactivate the evaluation language, and deactivate the scripting language.
    18. JSP include directive or the jsp:include standard action
    include directive or the jsp:include standard action.
    19. Building JSP Pages Using the Expression Language (EL)
    Building JSP Pages Using the Expression Language (EL).EL code that accesses the following implicit variables including: pageScope, requestScope, sessionScope, and applicationScope, param and paramValues, header and headerValues, cookie, initParam and pageContext.
    20. Building JSP Pages Using Standard Actions
    Given a design goal, create a code snippet using the following standard actions: jsp:useBean (with attributes: 'id', 'scope', 'type', and 'class'), jsp:getProperty, and jsp:setProperty (with all attribute combinations).
    21. Building JSP Pages Using Tag Libraries
    For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page.
    22.Building a Custom Tag Library
    Describe the semantics of the "Classic" custom tag event model when each event method (doStartTag, doAfterBody, and doEndTag) is executed, and explain what the return value for each event method means; and write a tag handler class.
    23. J2EE Patterns
    J2EE Patterns
    24. SCWCD pdf books
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