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Mastering Jakarta Struts

ISBN: 978-0-471-21302-4
352 pages
September 2002
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Jakarta Struts Project provides an open source framework for creating Web applications that leverage both the Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages technologies. Struts has received developer support and is quickly becoming a dominant actor in the open source community.
  • James Goodwill is a well-respected authority and bestselling author of books on Java Web applications
  • Provides a hands-on, code-intensive tutorial on building Java Web applications using the Jakarta Struts Framework
  • Companion Web site provides electronic versions of all code examples in the book
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Chapter 1. Introducing the Jakarta Struts Project and Its Supporting Components.

Chapter 2. An Overview of the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages Architectures.

Chapter 3. Getting Started with Struts.


Chapter 4. The Controller.

Chapter 5. The Views.

Chapter 6. Internationalizing Your Struts Applications.

Chapter 7. Managing Errors.

Chapter 8. Creating Custom ActionMappings.

Chapter 9. The Struts JDBC Connection Pool.

Chapter 10. Debugging Struts Applications.

Chapter 11. Developing a Complete Struts Application.


Chapter 12. The struts-config.xml File.

Chapter 13. The Bean Tag Library.

Chapter 14. The HTML Tag Library.

Chapter 15. The Logic Tag Library.

Chapter 16. The Template Tag Library.

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JAMES GOODWILL is the cofounder and Chief Technology Officer at Virtuas Solutions, LLC, located in Denver, Colorado. He has extensive experience in designing and architecting Java e-business applications. He currently leads Virtuas's efforts to develop cutting-edge tools for J2EE e-business acceleration. He is also the author of Mastering JSP Custom Tags and Tag Libraries (Wiley), Developing Java Servlets, Pure JSP: JavaServer Pages, and Apache Jakarta-Tomcat, all of which provide complete coverage of technologies for designing and developing Java Web applications.
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"...pleasantly written...guides you by the hand with small understandable and practical examples..." (CVu, Vol 16(4), August 2004)
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