32.How do you prevent the Creation of a Session in a JSP Page and why?
By default, a JSP page will automatically create a session for the request if one does not exist. However, sessions consume resources and if it is not necessary to maintain a session, one should not be created. For example, a marketing campaign may suggest the reader visit a web page for more information. If it is anticipated that a lot of traffic will hit that page, you may want to optimize the load on the machine by not creating useless sessions.
33.What is the page directive is used to prevent a JSP page from automatically creating a session?
<%@ page session="false">
34.Is it possible to share an HttpSession between a JSP and EJB? What happens when I change a value in the HttpSession from inside an EJB?
You can pass the HttpSession as parameter to an EJB method, only if all objects in session are serializable.This has to be consider as "passed-by-value", that means that it's read-only in the EJB. If anything is altered from inside the EJB, it won't be reflected back to the HttpSession of the Servlet Container.The "pass-byreference" can be used between EJBs Remote Interfaces, as they are remote references. While it IS possible to pass an HttpSession as a parameter to an EJB object, it is considered to be "bad practice (1)" in terms of object oriented design. This is because you are creating an unnecessary coupling between back-end objects (ejbs) and front-end objects (HttpSession). Create a higher-level of abstraction for your ejb's api. Rather than passing the whole, fat, HttpSession (which carries with it a bunch of http semantics), create a class that acts as a value object (or structure) that holds all the data you need to pass back and forth between front-end/back-end. Consider the case where your ejb needs to support a non-http-based client. This higher level of abstraction will be flexible enough to support it.
35.Can a JSP page instantiate a serialized bean?
No problem! The useBean action specifies the beanName attribute, which can be used for indicating a serialized bean. For example:
<jsp:useBean id="shop" beanName="CD" />
<jsp:getProperty name="shop" property="album" />
A couple of important points to note. Although you would have to name your serialized file "filename.ser", you only indicate "filename" as the value for the beanName attribute. Also, you will have to place your serialized file within the WEB-INFjspbeans directory for it to be located by the JSP engine.
36.Can you make use of a ServletOutputStream object from within a JSP page?
No. You are supposed to make use of only a JSPWriter object (given to you in the form of the implicit object out) for replying to clients. A JSPWriter can be viewed as a buffered version of the stream object returned by response.getWriter(), although from an implementation perspective, it is not. A page author can always disable the default buffering for any page using a page directive as:
<%@ page buffer="none" %>
37.Can we implements interface or extends class in JSP?
No , we can't implements interface or extends class in JSP
38.What are the steps required in adding a JSP Tag Libraries?
1. Create a TLD file and configure the required class Information.
2. Create the Java Implementation Source extending the JSP Tag Lib Class (TagSupport).
3. Compile and package it as loosed class file or as a jar under lib folder in Web Archive File for Class loading.
4. Place the TLD file under the WEB-INF folder.
5. Add reference to the tag library in the web.xml file.