Scwcd Exam Study Kit: Java Web Component Developer Certification Paperback: pages; Publisher: Manning Publications; 2nd edition (April 1, ). SCWCD exam study kit: Java web component developer certification Manning Publications Co. Greenwich, CT, USA © ISBN Author/s: Hanumant Deshmukh, Jigneh Malavia Publisher: Manning Category: Certification Review by: Jessica Sant Rating: 9.
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The new edition will help you learn the concepts —large and small— that you need to know. It covers the newest version of the exam and not a single topic is missed. Although the SCWCD Exam Study Kit has one purpose, to help you get certified, you will find yourself returning to it as a reference after passing the exam.
Table of Contents detailed table of contents. Understanding Java servlets 1. What is a servlet? What is a servlet container? Hello World servlet 1. The relationship between a servlet container and the Servlet API 1.
Advantages and disadvantages of the Servlet API. Understanding JavaServer Pages 2. What is a JSP page? JSP architecture models 2. The Model 1 architecture. Web application and HTTP basics 3. What is a web application? Active and passive resources. Web applications and the web application xeam. Understanding the HTTP protocol 3.
The structure of an HTTP request. The structure of an HTTP response. The servlet model 4. Web browsers and HTTP methods 4. Analyzing the request 4. Sending the response 4. Servlet life cycle 4. Loading and instantiating a servlet.
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Beyond servlet basics 4. Sharing the data attribute scopes. Coordinating servlets using RequestDispatcher. Accessing request-scoped attributes with RequestDispatcher. Putting it all together: A simple banking application. Structure and deployment 5. Directory structure of a web application 5. Understanding the document root directory. Resource files and HTML access. A simple deployment descriptor. The servlet container model 6. Adding and listening to scope attributes 6. Adding and removing scope attributes.
Listening to attribute events. Servlet life-cycle events and listeners scacd. Adding listeners in the deployment descriptor. Web fxam in a distributed environment 6.
Behavior of a ServletContext. What is a filter? The Filter API 7. The request and response wrapper classes. Configuring a filter 7. Using the request and response wrappers.
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Important points to remember about filters. Understanding state and sessions. Working with an HttpSession. Handling session events with listener interfaces.
Implementing session support 8. Supporting sessions using cookies. Supporting sessions using URL rewriting. Developing secure web applications 9. Confidentiality or data privacy. Understanding authentication mechanisms 9.
Defining authentication mechanisms for web applications. Securing web applications declaratively 9.
Securing web applications programmatically. The JSP technology model—the basics SP syntax elements The JSP page life cycle JSP pages are servlets.
Understanding JSP page directive attributes The errorPage and isErrorPage attributes. The language and extends attributes. The buffer and autoFlush attributes. The contentType and pageEncoding attributes. The JSP technology model—advanced topics Understanding the translation process Using conditional and iterative statements.
Using request-time sxwcd expressions. Understanding JSP page scopes Directives and scripting elements. Reusable web components Accessing variables from the included page. Implications of static inclusion. Passing parameters to dynamically included components.
Sharing objects with dynamically included components. Understanding the Expression Language EL expressions and JSP script expressions. Using implicit variables in EL expressions. Using EL operators EL operators for property and collection access. EL relational and logical operators. Incorporating functions with EL Creating the static methods. Creating a tag library descriptor TLD. Modifying the deployment descriptor. Studyy from the JSP perspective. Accessing JavaBeans mannign scripting elements.
More about properties in JavaBeans Using nonstring data type properties. Using custom tags