JSP: Practical Guide for Programmers

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Elsevier, Oct 24, 2003 - Computers - 179 pages
JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a technology for building dynamic web applications that can access databases and provide an interactive experience for users. It's a powerful technology with open source implementations (server and platform independent) for building enterprise Web applications. With JSP, existing business systems can be leveraged with minimal overhead, maintenance, and support. JSP: Practical Guide for Java Programmers is designed to cover the essentials of JSP including the basic JSP constructs and the relevant implicit objects as well as more advanced concepts such as incorporating JavaBeans, developing custom tags, utilizing the JSP expression language, building with the JSP Standard Tag Library, and developing complete JSP-Servlet application.
  • Covers the latest release of JSP, version 2.0, and covers new features such as the Expression Language and Standard Tag Library.
  • Includes a sample application of an electronic bank Web site, showing the power of JSP in providing the foundation for building Web applications.
  • Provides a clear, straight-to-the-point approach to the JSP so that readers can start using it in their own projects right away.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to JavaServer Pages
1
Chapter 2 The Fundamentals of JavaServer Pages
13
Chapter 3 JavaBeans and Forms
43
Chapter 4 Expression Language
71
Chapter 5 The Standard Tag Library
93
Chapter 6 Custom Actions
117
Chapter 7 Building a Web Application
143
A Tool Installation
165
B Further Resources
171
Index
175
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Robert J. Brunner is an Assistant Professor of Astronomy at the University of Illinois and a Research Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). Robert is leading the development of a Unified Cosmological Data Mining Framework that leverages experts and technologies from the machine learning, database systems, and grid computing communities to assist in the understanding of the origin and evolution of our Universe. He has taught Java and XML at the Center for Advanced Computing Technology operated by the California State Polytechnic University at Pomona. Recently, he has written a series for Java Developers Journal and has reviewed and edited books covering Linux, C++, Java, and XML.

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