MySQL and JSP Web Applications

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Sams Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 560 pages
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JSP developers encounter unique problems when building web applications that require intense database connectivity. MySQL and JSP Web Applications addresses the challenges of building data-driven applications based on the JavaServer Pages development model. MySQL and JSP Web Applications begins with an overview of the core technologies required for JSP database development--JavaServer Pages, JDBC, and the database schema. The book then outlines and presents an Internet commerce application that demonstrates concepts such as receiving and processing user input, designing and implementing business rules, and balancing the user load on the server. Through the JDBC (Java DataBase Connector), the developer can communicate with most commercial databases, such as Oracle. The solutions presented in MySQL and JSP Web Applications center on the open source tools MySQL and Tomcat, allowing the reader an affordable way to test applications and experiment with the book's examples.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
JSP and JDBC
15
Java Beans and JSP
35
Using Servlet Functionality with JSP
47
Functional Requirements
59
Developing ERDs and Use Cases
75
the Database Schema and Populating Data
93
Implementation
121
Completing the Application
311
Advanced JSP Topics
353
Using LDAP with JNDI
387
The Struts Application Framework
419
Enterprise javaBeans
455
Security Load Balancing Failover and Other Considerations
485
Appendixes
503
B Getting and Installing MySQL and JDBC for MySQL
513

Retrieving Storing and Verifying User Input
143
Publishing Data from Database Sources
173
Session Persistence and Complex Form Handling
209
Intercession Persistence
227
A Books for Geeks Quickstart
523
Index
527
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James Turner is the manager of Black Bear Software, LLC. He has more than 22 years of experience in the computer field and has worked for organizations that include MIT, Xerox, Solbourne Computer, BBN Planet, and Interleaf. He has spent the last seven years managing and implementing e-commerce Web sites for companies including CVS, The Christian Science Monitor, and Woolworths UK.

Mr. Turner is also a well-published freelance journalist and technology writer who has written for publications including The Christian Science Monitor, WIRED, and Web Developers Journal. He lives in Derry, New Hampshire, in a 200-year-old colonial farmhouse along with his wife and son.

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