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How to become a certified java programmer the easy way

The Web Component Developer exam is one of the advanced level certifications in the world of Java. But this doesn't mean it has to be more difficult than the programmer's exams. That's because its focus is on testing your knowledge about APIs. To be more specific, the servlet API and JSP related technologies.

Do you know a good strategy to pass the exam? Many people would agree that a good strategy would be the following:


Take a course that covers all the topics of the exam or study with a good study guide.
Practice all you can with mock exams.

The purpose behind this book is to support you with the second point.

This book contains 120 questions for exam 1Z0-899, Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Component Developer (OCEJWCD). It will help you to:


Know what is covered by the exam.
Increase your chances to pass the exam by practicing with similar questions.
Strengthen your knowledge of the eight topics covered by the exam.

Including 5, 10, 15, or 25 questions for each exam topic (each topic is given a different weight) this book doesn't claim to have the largest number of practice questions. It claims to have questions that will help you pass the OCEJWCD exam. It focuses in quality, not quantity.

Each question was chosen to test a particular point of every exam objective. They are not just filler questions that have no relation with the exam. Explanations for the answer(s) of every question are included.

The book was carefully formatted (especially in the questions with code snippets) to provide the best experience as an e-book.

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Java Practice Questions: Oracle Certified Expert, Java EE 6 Web Component Developer

By

Esteban Herrera

Copyright © 2014 by Esteban Herrera

www.javapracticequestions.com

All rights reserved.

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The author has taken care in the preparation of this book, but make no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed for incidental or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the use of the information or programs contained herein.

Introduction

Practice Questions Section 1: Introduction to Java Servlets

Practice Questions Section 2: Introduction to Java Server Pages

Practice Questions Section 3: Implementing a MVC Design

Practice Questions Section 4: The servlet's environment

Practice Questions Section 5: Container facilities for servlets and JSPs

Practice Questions Section 6: More view facilities

Practice Questions Section 7: Developing JSP pages

Practice Questions Section 8: Developing JSP pages using custom tags

Practice Questions Section 9: More Controller facilities

Practice Questions Section 10: More options for the Model

Practice Questions Section 11: Asynchronous web applications

Practice Questions Section 12: Web application security

Answers Section 1. Introduction to Java Servlets

Answers Section 2. Introduction to Java Server Pages

Answers Section 3. Implementing a MVC Design

Answers Section 4. The servlet's environment

Answers Section 5. Container facilities for servlets and JSPs

Answers Section 6. More view facilities

Answers Section 7. Developing JSP pages

Answers Section 8. Developing JSP pages using custom tags

Answers Section 9. More Controller facilities

Answers Section 10. More options for the Model

Answers Section 11. Asynchronous web applications

Answers Section 12. Web application security

Introduction

The Web Component Developer exam is one of the advanced level certifications in the world of Java. But this doesn't mean it has to be more difficult than the programmer's exams. That's because its focus is on testing your knowledge about APIs. To be more specific, the servlet API and JSP related technologies.

You'll also need to understand Web and network related concepts, how a container works, and the elements of some XML configuration files. In today's world, with web frameworks like JavaServer Faces and Spring MVC that make easier the development of web applications, many people don't know the basic or low-level stuff that helps to understand why things are the way they are and to resolve very specific problems. And that's a real problem.

With that in mind, this book gives emphasis to the servlet and JSP sections of the exam since in my experience, these are the sections with more weight. So this book presents 120 questions distributed across the twelve major topics covered by the exam in the following way:

How to use this book

This book should not be your only resource if you are planning to take the Java EE 6 Web Component Developer exam. It is just intended to be a supplement. A good strategy to pass the exam would be the following:

Take a course that covers all the topics of the exam or study with a good study guide.

Practice all you can with mock exams.

The purpose behind this book is to help you with the second point. There are many mock exams and simulators offered by companies that claim to have a lot of questions and drills. The problem with most of them is that many of those questions have nothing to do with the topics covered by the exam, are ambiguous, repetitive or simply are just too easy compare it to the real test.

In contrast, this book presents for each of the twelve major topics covered by the exam, 5, 10, 15, or 25 well-thought questions properly formatted, each with a link to its answer and an explanation. You can try to answer the question by yourself and after that see if you got the correct answer before proceeding to the next or answer all the questions within a section, record your answers somewhere and then see how many of them you got right. For all the wrong answers, you can go back to study on the topic covered by each question until you master it.

Further, I offer you some tips to pass the exam:

Think about the concept the question is asking. Is it something that affects the whole web application? Then maybe it relates to the ServletContext. Is it something it sounds in can be related to the request? the response? or just a servlet or a JSP page?

Don't rush through the exam. Do