Server Side Programming Midterm Review Part 1
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The client typically uses a ________________ to interact with a web application over the Internet.
A web application runs on the server computer under the control of ________________ software.
The protocol that's used by web browsers and web servers to communicate is ________________.
________________ is the language that the web browser converts into the web pages of a web application.
A web server replies to an HTTP request by sending a message known as a/an ________________.
A ________________ web page is one that doesn't change.
A web page that changes based on the parameters that are sent to the web application from another page is called a/an ________________ .
dynamic web page
To work with servlets and JSPs, the web server must contain the JDK, web server software, and a servlet/JSP ________________.
A JavaServer Page typically contains the _________________ for the web page.
A servlet/JSP application typically contains a presentation layer, a business rules layer, and a _________________.
data access layer
The top-level directory for a web application is know as its ________________ directory.
The context.xml file is always stored in the _________________ directory of an application.
A web application is a type of
A set of pages that are generated in response to user requests is called a/an
runs on a server
An HTTP request
is sent from the web browser to a web server
To transfer your web application files to a web server, you can use a/an ___________ client such as FileZilla.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
The specification that describes how web servers can interact with all Java web technolgies is know as
The Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE)
To develop Java web applications, you can use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) such as:
NetBeans or Eclipse
The presentation layer for a typical servlet/JSP web application consists of
HTML pages and JSPs
For web applications, data can be stored in
text files, databases, and XML files
Which directory stores the Java classes of a servlet/JSP application?
There are many approaches to developing web applications with Java besides using servlets and JavaServer Pages. Name two other approaches.
JSP and Spring
Which of the following is an API for working with databases?
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