1. Creating a java servlet web application stackoverflow.com
We have to create a web application for a school project and I'm wondering what best practices are when creating a web application using java servlets, beans and jsp. Specifically I'm curious about ...
2. JSP JavaBean and Servlets? stackoverflow.com
I'm in a bit of a dilemma on how to connect the above mentioned three technologies. I'm still a student so please bare with me on this as I try to ...
3. JavaBean or Servlet? coderanch.com
4. Issues with recompiling javabeans and servlets coderanch.com
Hi there, I have a very simple question regarding recompilation and changes to code. I have been having a lot of confusing problems regarding javabeans and jsp pages. A lot of the time the javabeans don't work, sometimes they do. For example, if I delete the class files and restart tomcat, then they work - ONCE. Do you have to restart ...
5. getting java bean in Servlet ,from JSP coderanch.com
Hi,, I am new to JSP. I have developed one simple EMP Info JSP Form. In this I used useBean tag ,and i set all propeties of Java Bean. On Submit, i wrote a servlet. Now how can i get the JavaBean in servlet? (I am able to get each property using request.getParameter()). But how can i get whole JavaBean in ...
6. JavaBean in Servlet? coderanch.com
7. JavaBeans, JSP,and Servlets coderanch.com
8. Using JSP without Javabeans and servlets coderanch.com
9. JavaBean between Servlet and JSP coderanch.com
10. JavaBeans in Servlets coderanch.com
11. Servlets and javabeans coderanch.com
12. JavaBeans and Servlets coderanch.com
Request.getParameter(String) will return only request parameter values that were either posted to the request via a form submission, or were specified in the query string. There is no way it could return the property of a bean. If you are getting a value from calling getParameter, it's the result of a submitted value To answer the original question, if the bean ...
13. JavaBeans and Servlets coderanch.com
I've created a JavaBean called StudentBean. I have a form in index.jsp which dispatches control to the LoginAction servlet. In that servlet, I import my JavaBean and create a new instance of it. Then I call the set methods of the Bean and set the login name. Once that is done, I use the redirect method to send control to another ...
14. JavaBean or Servlet? coderanch.com
15. Difference between servlets and javabeans coderanch.com
Hi everyone, I'm just getting started making a little website for some practice with jsp and servlets etc. What I'm wondering about is what the difference is between servlets and javabeans. They seem to be fairly similar. For example I think i could use either as a means of connecting cleanly to a database. Would that be right? I maybe have ...
16. Accessing JavaBeans in Servlets coderanch.com
I want to create JavaBeans which can be accessible by servlets in my web application. One of these beans will essentially provide acess to a Vector of message texts that users (via the servlets) will add to or read. The other bean will be an JMX MBean that will be used by the servlets to record user activity. Is accessing these ...
17. Servlets Vs Java Bean coderanch.com
18. Combining JSP-Servlets-javaBean coderanch.com
19. When to use javabeans or servlet coderanch.com
Before I posted this topic, I've googled and javaranch-seached regarding the said topic, and found some insights on MVC model that explains beans are part of the "model",while servlets acts as the controllers. But I have been presented with limited sample codings. Anyway, I've started to overhaul all the class files that I've coded for use in my web apps. I'm ...
20. good about about jsp, servlet and javabean coderanch.com
21. jsp / servlet / dao / javabeans coderanch.com
22. Creating a java bean in a servlet and accessing it in a jsp coderanch.com
Hi David, You are right. I have not specified the name attribute. I am confused here. When you create a java bean in a jsp it has a name attribute in jsp:usebean tag. But I have create this one in a servlet. So how do I set the name attribute here? Well I tried to give a name attribute in the ...
23. JavaBean JSP to Servlet forums.oracle.com
Presuming this is an easy one. I have created a JavaBean in a JSP page that submits a form to a Servlet, how do I send the JavaBean to the Servlet? I know how to create a JavaBean in a Servlet and send it to a JSP page but not vise versa.
24. How can I create a java bean instance from servlet, at runtime? forums.oracle.com