5 years ago in JSP And Servlet

The method forward(request,response) will

[A] return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked
[B] not return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked and the web pages navigation continues
[C] Both A and B are correct
[D] None of the above
Loading...
Next Question

Overall Stats

Attempted 342
Correct 63
Incorrect 99
Viewed 180

Answers

Guest
Guest
komal badhe
komal badhe - 1 week ago

komal badhe from Pune, India is saying not return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked and the web pages navigation continues is correct answer

Maya Hamdan
Maya Hamdan - 1 month ago

Maya Hamdan from Halfweg, Netherlands is saying return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked is correct answer

Mamhoud kadi
Mamhoud kadi - 1 month ago

Mamhoud kadi is saying Both A and B are correct is correct answer

ICAA-013-DIVYARAJ CHAVDA
ICAA-013-DIVYARAJ CHAVDA - 1 month ago

ICAA-013-DIVYARAJ CHAVDA is saying Both A and B are correct is correct answer

Neel Thakkar
Neel Thakkar - 1 month ago

Neel Thakkar is saying return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked is correct answer

Related Questions

Dynamic interception of requests and responses to transform the information is done by

  • [A] servlet container
  • [B] servlet config
  • [C] servlet context
  • [D] servlet filter

A deployment descriptor describes

  • [A] web component response settings
  • [B] web component settings
  • [C] web component request objects
  • [D] All of the above

Which method is used to specify before any lines that uses the PrintWriter?

  • [A] setPageType()
  • [B] setContextType()
  • [C] setContentType()
  • [D] setResponseType()

What are the mechanisms available in ServletContextListener interface?

  • [A] contextInit(), contextService(), contextDestroyed()
  • [B] contextInitialized((),contextDestroyed()
  • [C] contextInitialized(), contextService(), contextDestroyed()
  • [D] None of the above