Question 3) Domino 6 Developing Web Applications

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Objective : Manage and Maintain

 

SubObjective : Creating Web Site Rule Documents

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

Which of the following represent the valid types of Web Site Rules documents?

 

 

  1. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, URL Pattern
  2. Substitution, Redirection, URL Pattern, HTTP Request Headers
  3. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, HTTP Response Headers
  4. Substitution, Redirection, HTTP Response Headers, HTTP Request Headers

 

 

 

 

 

Answer:
C. Substitution, Redirection, Directory, HTTP Response Headers

 

Tutorial:
Web Site rules evaluate incoming URL patterns for requests received by Domino Web Servers and perform specified actions based on the Web Site Rule type selected in the Web Site Rule document. This allows Web sites to be relocated or reorganized without breaking existing links or modifying application code that references the old locations of Web site resources.

 

The four types of Web Site Rules are listed below in the order that they are processed on the Domino Web Server:

 

 

  • Substitution
  • Redirection
  • Directory
  • HTTP response header

 

A Substitution Rule replaces specified patterns in the incoming URL request with other specified URL patterns.

 

A Redirection Rule redirects the incoming request to a specific URL address

 

A Directory Rule directs the incoming request to a specified directory on the Domino Web Server. Directory Rules allow an access level to be assigned to the target directory.

 

An HTTP Response Header Rule is used to add or override HTTP headers to the responses sent from the Domino Web Server back to the Web browser client.

 

These questions are derived from the Self-Test Software Practice Test for 612 – Notes Domino 6 Developing Web Applications.

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