1. Bean (sometimes) not being populated in servlet stackoverflow.com
I have a servlet that handles request in th
2. net beans stop working when opening or creating a servlet program forums.netbeans.org
3. How to get javax.servlet.GenericServlet from Seam Bean? seamframework.org
4. sending data from servlet to bean coderanch.com
5. How to instantiate Bean in servlet coderanch.com
6. Running servlet from bean coderanch.com
Dilip, I think it is the other way round. Write your connectionPool as a Java class and test independently. Now in all your servlets which want to share a connectionPool object, do this logic. In all servlet's init() check if there is a ConnectionPool obj in servletContext. If it is not there, then create a ConnecitonPool and sponsor to other servlets ...
7. How do i invoke a bean from a servlet? coderanch.com
8. How to acess a packaged bean in a servlet coderanch.com
9. Instantiate a bean in a servlet coderanch.com
Sharmila, Here is a sample code. Assume "SampleBean" is your bean's name. 1.In your servlet code "import SampleBean;" 2.Make an instance SampleBean sb = new SampleBean(); or any other bean's constructor you would like to call 3. Call the needed methods on this bean instance sb.setData("somearg"); 4. pass this bean to jsp HttpSession httpSession = request.getSession(false); httpSession.setAttribute("myBean",mb); getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher(response.encodeURL("/login/welcome.jsp")); regds maha anna ...
10. How to execute a Servlet Bean? coderanch.com
11. Beginning Servlets, Beans-JDeveloper coderanch.com
12. beans in servlets???? coderanch.com
13. Treating servlet as a Bean coderanch.com
14. Bean for Servlets coderanch.com
15. Beans in Servlet coderanch.com
16. Servlets & Beans coderanch.com
17. beans in servlet coderanch.com
18. Please help: what's the difference between Bean and Servlet coderanch.com
19. When to use beans or servlets coderanch.com
I find it difficult to decide when to use beans and servlets. I have made a login page which when submitted can go to a servlet which can verify the user name and password and accordingly allow or disallow the user. But instead of this I can also submit the form to a JSP page which can check the user name ...
20. Mapping Beans to Servlets coderanch.com
21. Bean or Servlet coderanch.com
22. servlet +bean coderanch.com
23. reading servlet config from a bean coderanch.com
I have several places in the jsp files of a web app where I want to change the action attribute of a form depending on whether I'm running on my development machine or the production box right now I have a bean with a function I can call from the jsp to return either "localhost" or "www.foo.com" depending on which I've ...
24. Repeated code in Servlet and Bean coderanch.com
25. how to use a bean inside a servlet coderanch.com
26. can't debug servlet/bean coderanch.com
27. bean to servlet coderanch.com
A Java bean is supposed to be a "Model". In other words, it is supposed to hold the state information. You don't send data from Java bean to a servlet. Servlet is the one that will manipulate a Java bean directly or indirectly & access the bean to get the state information.
28. A concept problem about Bean and Servlet forums.oracle.com
29. Servlets and beans forums.oracle.com
Folks, I have a question with regards to passing a bean to a servlet. I currently have a jsp page, called aa that calls a servlet and runs a service. The servlet then populates a bunch of nested beans. I then pass the nested beans back to a jsp page bb to display the results. I now want to call another ...