Web Development with JavaServer Pages

ISBN-10: 193011012X

ISBN-13: 9781930110120

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)

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Covers all aspects of development for the new versions of the JSP and Servlet specifications (1.2 and 2.3, respectively), including servlet filters and enhancements to the API for JSP Tag Libraries and the interaction between JSP and other J2EE technologies.
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Book details

List price: $44.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Manning Publications Company
Publication date: 9/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 800
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.838
Language: English

Duane K. Fields is a web applications developer and Internet technologist with an extensive background in web programming for companies that include IBM and Netscape Communications. He is the coauthor of Web Development with JavaServer Pages. He lives in Bastrop, Texas. Stephen Saunders is an enterprise Java software engineer with a decade of experience in the knowledge management, financial services, and master data management industries. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Eugene Belayev is the cofounder, president, and chief technology officer of JetBrains, the software company responsible for complex developer tools including Java IDE and IntelliJ IDEA.

What is JSP?
Dynamic content on the web
The role of JSP
HTTP and servlets
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Java servlets
First steps
Simple text
Dynamic content
Processing requests and managing sessions
Separating logic from presentation
Review of examples
How JSP works
The structure of JSP pages
Behind the scenes
What the environment provides
Programming JSP scripts
Scripting languages
JSP tages
JSP directives
Scripting elements
Flow of control
Actions and implicit objects
Implicit objects
Using JSP components
The JSP component model
JavaBean fundamentals
JSP bean tags
Developing JSP components
What makes a bean a bean?
Some examples
Bean interfaces
Mixing scriptlets and bean tags
Working with databases
Database driven JSPs
Example: JSP conference booking tool
Architecting JSP applications
Web applications
Page-centric design
Servlet-centric design
Enterprise JavaBeans
Choosing an appropriate architecture
An example JSP project
An FAQ system
The storage module
The administration module
The web access module
Introducing filters and listeners
Life-cycle event listeners
Using filters and listeners
Applying filters and listeners
Application description
User authentication
Web authentication
Access control filters
Logging listener
Content filter
Deploying JSP applications
This means WAR
The art of WAR
Maintaining a WAR footing
Performing common JSP tasks
Handling cookies
Creating error pages
Mixing JSP and JavaScript
Building interactive interfaces
Validating form data
Building a shopping cart
Miscellaneous tasks
Generating non-HTML content
Working with non-HTML content
Text content formats
XML documents
External content
Advanced content formats
JSP by example
A rotating banner ad
A random quote generator
The Tell a Friend! sticker
A JSP Whois client
An index generator
A button to view JSP source
Creating custom tags
Role of custom tags
How tag libraries work
Tag library descriptors
API overview
Example tag library
Content substitution
Tag attributes
Content translation
Exception handling
To be continued
Implementing advanced custom tags
Tag scripting variables
Flow of control
Interacting tags
The final ingredient
Validating custom tag libraries
Two representations of JSP
JSP pages as XML documents
Tag library validation
Example validators
Packaging the tag library
For further information
Changes in the JSP 1.2 API
Changes to the API
Web application changes
Custom tag improvements
JavaBean changes
New servlet features
Running the reference implementation
Downloading and installing Tomcat
Web applications and Tomcat
Incorporating Java applets
Browser support for Java
The plug-in action
Example: applet configuration
JSP resources
Java implementations
JSP-related web sites
JSP FAQs and tutorials
JSP containers
Java application servers with JSP support
JSP development tools
Tools for performance testing
Mailing lists and newsgroups
JSP syntax reference
Content comments
JSP comments
[left angle bracket]jsp:declaration[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:directive.include[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:directive.page[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:directive.taglib[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:expression[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:forward[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:getProperty[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:include[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:plugin[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:scriptlet[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:setProperty[right angle bracket]
[left angle bracket]jsp:useBean[right angle bracket]
JSP API reference
JSP implicit objects
Package javax.servlet
Package javax.servlet.http
Package javax.servlet.jsp
Package javax.servlet.jsp.tagext
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