D A development WAR file created from WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer and

D a development war file created from websphere

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D. A development WAR file created from WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer and deployed to WebSpherePortal provides the same level of security as a production deployment portlet WAR file created by explicitly creating a portlet WAR file in WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer, or by command-line portlet WAR file creation.
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Answer: A QUESTION: 65 Bob suspects a bug and wants to step through his custom Java code exposed using a Linked Java Object builder. In addition to using System.out.printin() calls to his code, what is another debugging option that he can use? A. He needs to copy the generated code into a new project and debug it from there B. He can add a LJO Debug builder to his model, which allows him to select a method to debug. C. Because WebSphere Portlet Factory internally generates the application code, he cannot set breakpoints in his code. Instead, he must rely solely on special debug builders to debug his code. D. Like other Java development environments, he can set breakpoints in his custom LJO code, start the application server in debug mode, create a debug run configuration in Eclipse, and run his model. The Eclipse Java debugger stops at the breakpoint and he can step through the code. Answer: D
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