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Java Servlet Programming 2ND Editionby Jason Hunter
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Servlets are an exciting and important technology that ties Java to the Web, allowing programmers to write Java programs that create dynamic web content.Java Servlet Programming covers everything Java developers need to know to write effective servlets. It explains the servlet lifecycle, showing how to use servlets to maintain state information effortlessly. It also describes how to serve dynamic web content, including both HTML pages and multimedia data, and explores more advanced topics like integrated session tracking, efficient database connectivity using JDBC, applet-servlet communicaton, interservlet communication, and internationalization. Readers can use the book's numerous real-world examples as the basis for their own servlets.The second edition has been completely updated to cover the new features of Version 2.2 of the Java Servlet API. It introduces chapters on servlet security and advanced communication, and also introduces several popular tools for easier integration of servlet technology with dynamic web pages. These tools include JavaServer Pages (JSP), Tea, XMLC, and the Element Construction Set.In addition to complete coverage of 2.2 specification, Java Servlet programming, 2nd Edition, also contains coverage of the new 2.3 final draft specification.
This new edition of this book has been updated to add the new features of the Java Servlet API Version 2.2, and new chapters on servlet security and advanced communication. It also introduces several popular tools including JavaServer Pages (JSP), Tea, XMLC, and the Element Construction Set.
This book is a great introduction to Java servlets and their various communications mechanisms. It includes deep and comprehensive coverage of the Java Servlet API, and also of HTTP, non-HTTP socket communications, Remote Method Invocation (RMI), and more. Throughout, the authors present illustrative codes and explain why things work the way they do. (Computers--Languages/Programming)
Servlets are an exciting and important technology that ties Java to the Web, allowing programmers to write Java programs that create dynamic web content.
Java Servlet Programming covers everything Java developers nee
About the Author
Jason Hunter is Senior Technologist with CollabNet, a company that provides tools and services for open source style collaboration. In addition to authoring Java Servlet Programming, he is publisher of Servlets.com, creator of the com.oreilly.servlet library, a contributor to the Apache Jakarta project that creates Tomcat (starting on the project when it was still Sun internal), a member of the expert groups responsible for Servlet/JSP and JAXP API development, and he holds a seat on the JCP Executive Committee overseeing the Java platform, as a representative of the Apache Software Foundation. He also writes columns for JavaWorld, and speaks at many programming and open source conferences. Most recently he co-created the open source JDOM library to enable optimized Java and XML integration, and he leads the expert group responsible for JDOM development. Jason graduated summa cum laude from Willamette University (Salem, Oregon) in 1995 with a degree in computer science. He began programming in Java in the summer of 1995 and has been involved with servlets and related server-side technologies since December 1996. If by some miracle you don't find him at work, he's probably out hiking in the mountains.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: HTTP Servlet BasicsChapter 3: The Servlet LifecycleChapter 4: Retrieving InformationChapter 5: Sending HTML InformationChapter 6: Sending Multimedia ContentChapter 7: Session TrackingChapter 8: SecurityChapter 9: Database ConnectivityChapter 10: Applet-Servlet CommunicationChapter 11: Servlet CollaborationChapter 12: Enterprise Servletsand J2EEChapter 13: InternationalizationChapter 14: The Tea FrameworkChapter 15: WebMacroChapter 16: Element Construction SetChapter 17: XMLCChapter 18: JavaServer PagesChapter 19: Odds and EndsChapter 20: Whats New in the Servlet 2.3 APIServlet API Quick ReferenceHTTP Servlet API Quick ReferenceDeployment Descriptor DTD ReferenceHTTP Status CodesCharacter EntitiesCharsetsColophon
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