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There are three commonly used ways of maintaining state with the stateless HTTP protocol: Cookies, URL rewriting and Hidden form fields in the HTML form. The session object isolates the programmer from these implementation details. Author: Harshal Deo Code: JSP 1.1
So far we know that the developer can create Javabeans and interact with Java objects. This tutorial will teach you five objects that you can use in your JSP webpage or website!
Author: visualbuilder Code: JSP 2.0
This tutorial helps you understand JSP execution context and predefined objects: request, response and session. Author: Herong Yang Code: JSP 1.2
mplicit objects are a set of Java objects that the JSP Container makes available to developers in each page. These objects may be accessed as built-in variables via scripting elements and can also be accessed programmatically by JavaBeans and Servlets. Author: Academic Tutorials Code: JSP 2.0
This JSP tutorial will look at the url information of an address and show you how to do many things with that url, such as Request URI, SerletPath, PathInfo and a lot more. Author: Caucho Technology, Inc. Code: JSP 2.0
With object serialization, your Java applets and applications can save and load the state of objects to disk or over a network. In this article, we'll examine the benefits of object serialization, and how to implement it in your own programs.
Author: David Reilly Code: JSP 1.2
The Java Servlet API represents an elegant and powerful way to shift processes from client to server, and offers a number of advantages over CGI. These advantages have certainly been enumerated so that most developers are aware of the servlet advantage. Author: Matthew E. Ferris Code: JSP 1.2
This step-by-step example shows you how you can access COM objects from your JavaServer Pages applications. It will take you less than an hour to run it. Author: unknown Code: JSP 1.2
The Composite design pattern lets you treat primitive and composite objects exactly the same. In his latest Java Design Patterns column, David Geary explores how to implement the Composite pattern. Author: David Geary Code: JSP 1.2
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