JSP, Servlets and MySQL

JSP, Servlets and MySQL

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JSP, Servlets, and MySQL is the only book on the market where developers learn how to build a database-driven Web site using JSP, Java servlets, and MySQL. Servlets and JavaServer Pages are ideal tools for affordably and quickly delivering dynamic web pages, and MySQL is an excellent choice for the data repository. This book explains how to install and use servlets and JavaServer Pages (using the Tomcat reference implementation), how to create, maintain, and use MySQL (and other SQL) databases, and how to deliver dynamic data. It details a complete database-driven web strategy including authentication, user tracking, surveys and discussion areas, and automated user assistance.
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  • Paperback | 524 pages
  • 187.96 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 929.86g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764547879
  • 9780764547874

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: Introducing Server-Side Java. Chapter 2: Introducing Servlets. Chapter 3: Installing and Configuring Tomcat. Chapter 4: Servlet Fundamentals. Chapter 5: Introducing JavaServer Pages. Chapter 6: JSPs, Beans, and Custom Tags. PART II: Web Sites and Databases. Chapter 7: Introducing Relational Databases. Chapter 8: Getting Started with MySQL. Chapter 9: Configuring MySQL. Chapter 10: Working with SQL Tables. Chapter 11: Designing a Database: A Case Study. Chapter 12: Working with SQL Data. PART III: Delivering Content. Chapter 13: Using JDBC. Chapter 14: A Web Site Strategy. Chapter 15: Designing a Web Application's Model and Controller. Chapter 16: Designing a Web Application's View. Chapter 17: Using Beans in JSPs. Chapter 18: Performance and Design Issues. PART IV: Database-Driven Site Strategies. Chapter 19: Authenticating Users. Chapter 20: Updating Databases with HTML Forms. Chapter 21: Forms and Databases. Chapter 22: User Surveys. Chapter 23: Collecting Server Statistics. Chapter 24: The Struts Application Framework. Appendix A: The Struts Tag Libraries. Appendix B: Java Web-Development Resources. Index.
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About David Harms

David Harms is an author and consultant with over ten years' experience developing applications for the broadcast industry and the educational sector. His work as a software developer, conference speaker, and course instructor has taken him around the world. Harms is the founder and President of CoveComm Inc., which specializes in electronic publishing using Java technology.
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