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JavaServer Pages For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-1544-6
414 pages
December 2001
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This book covers the essentials that both Java application developers and Web designers need to know to create successful JSP pages, including developing Java apps with Web design in mind and building pages that don't violate Java code. It includes essential reference materials on JavaBeans, JDBC, and JavaScript necessary to help application developers and Web developers work in harmony.
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Introduction.

PART I: LAYING THE FOUNDATION.

Chapter 1: JavaServer Pages: The Lowdown.

Chapter 2: Writing Your First JavaServer Page.

PART II: JSP FOR WEB DESIGNERS.

Chapter 3: Activating JSP Pages with Action Tags.

Chapter 4: Scripting and Directing JavaServer Pages.

Chapter 5: JavaScript Fundamentals.

Chapter 6: Performing Form Validation with JavaScript.

PART III: BACKSTAGE WITH JSP.

Chapter 7: The Implications of Implicit Objects.

Chapter 8: Jazz It Up with JavaBeans.

Chapter 9: Implementing Validation Rules.

PART IV: IMPLEMENTING A DATABASE.

Chapter 10: Accessing a Database with JDBC.

Chapter 11: Manipulating Data with JavaBeans.

PART V: BREAKING THE ENVELOPE: JSP ADVANCED FEATURES.

Chapter 12: Introducing Custom Tag Libraries.

Chapter 13: Working with Cookies.

Chapter 14: Deploying JSP Applications.

Chapter 15: Two Architectures for JSP Applications.

PART VI: THE PART OF TENS.

Chapter 16: Ten (Or So) Places to Look When You Have a Question.

Chapter 17: Ten (Or So) Strategies for Developing Better JSP Applications.

Chapter 18: (Almost) Ten Tricks for Cool JSP Features.

PART VII: APPENDIX.

Appendix A: Configuring the JSP Environment.

Appendix B: About the CD.

Bonus Chapter 1: Creating an Online Shopping Cart.

Bonus Chapter 2: Java Language in Brief.

Bonus Chapter 3: Introduction to SQL Syntax.

Bonus Chapter 4: Creating Custom Tag Libraries.

Bonus Chapter 5: Creating Stellar JSP Apps with Filters.

Index.

Installation Instructions.

End-User License Agreement.

General Public License Agreement.
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Mac Rinehart is the president of Sextant Technology Consulting, Inc. and a consultant specializing in JSP and Java enterprise application development.
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