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IBM 000-286 Exam -

Free 000-286 Sample Questions:

1. The Library View can be used to:
A. Insert JavaScript functions into a JSP file only.
B. Insert JavaScript functions into a JSP or JavaScript file.
C. Create user-defined reusable items.
D. Insert Java code into a Java file, such as enumerations over a collection.
Answer: A, B

2. Which of the following statements are TRUE when using custom tag libraries?
A. Custom tags are used in place of Java code in JSPs.
B. Tags can be added to a page by using the JSP -> Insert Custom… menu option.
C. Custom tags are used as an alternative to XML in JSPs.
D. Struts does NOT include tag libraries, but the developer can extend other tags to provide Struts support.
Answer: A

3. When creating a new Java Project using the wizard, what is the principal function of the “Projects” tab?
A. To name the project and specify its source folders
B. To add existing projects to the new project’s Java Build Path
C. To include additional Jar files if the new project requires additional libraries
D. To view and import projects located in a team repository
Answer: A

4. Which of the following can be specified or configured in the web .xml file?
A. ServletContext Initialization parameters
B. HttpRequest Configuration parameters (Such as timeouts)
C. Welcome File list
D. Servlet and JSP URL Mappings
E. JavaBeans References
Answer: B, C

5. HTML Content Assist does NOT support a web developer in:
A. Adding an attribute name-value pair within a start tag.
B. Completing tag names, taking into account HTML grammar constraints.
C. Ensuring that all HTML start tags have a corresponding end tag.
D. Selecting from an enumerated list of attributes within a tag.
E. Populating tab attribute values when a discrete set of options are possible.
Answer: C

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