11. Tag Libraries in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The syntax for using tag libraries is similar to that for the standard actions except of course that the tag names and attributes are defined in the tag library itself rather than by the JSP standard. Each tag library is associated with a prefix by using the taglib directive to map the prefix to a URI identifying the tag library.
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12. The Request Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The request object is an instance of a class that implements the javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest interface. It represents the request made by the client and makes the following methods available.
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13. The Response Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The response object is an instance of a class that implements the javax.servlet.http.HttpServletResponse interface. It represents the response to be made to the client, and it makes the following methods available.
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14. The Out Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The out object is an instance of the javax.servlet.jsp.JspWriter class. It's used to create the content returned to the client and has the following useful methods available.
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15. The Session Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The session object is an instance of a class that implements the javax.servlet.http.HttpSession interface. You can use it to store session state for a user, and it makes the following methods available.
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16. The Application Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The application object is an instance of a class that implements the javax.servlet.ServletContext interface, and it allows the page to obtain and to set data information about the Web application in which it's running. It makes available the following methods.
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17. The Exception Object in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: The exception object is an instance of the java.lang.Throwable class. It's available in error pages only, and it represents the exception that occurred that caused control to pass to the error page. Its most useful methods are as follows.
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18. Querying Data with the JSTL in JSP
By: Sathya Narayana : 2010-10-24
Description: To query data with the JSTL, follow these steps:
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19. IIS and Tomcat - how to configure to work together
By: Emiley J. : 2009-09-01
Description: This tutorial explains how to configure your IIS (in this example IIS 5.0, since I have not upgraded yet) and Tomcat 4.1 xxx version (again since I have not upgraded yet). But the concept should be the same. So if you want to host some JSP files or servlets on your Tomcat which is installed in port 8080 and your IIS is installed on the same machine at port 80 and you want to direct all JSP files also to port 80 so that IIS can forward these queries to tomcat internally and respond. So the user does not have to type 8080 on the url. Well if you want to do that then these are the steps.
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20. Drawbacks of the JSP Model 1 Architecture
By: Barbara : 2008-12-09
Description: The Model 1 architecture has one thing going for it: simplicity. If your project is small, simple, and self-contained, it's the quickest way to get up and running. But the previous example, although by no means large or complicated, already illustrates a number of the disadvantages of Model 1 architecture:
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