Java Servlet Programming Bible
This book contains all the essential information required for Java Servlet programming at various levels, from simple Web applications to enterprise-wide solutions. Topics include the basics of servlets and servlet programming; HTML and servlets; servlets and databases; JSP basics; the Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture; security, and tips and tricks for the servlet programmer.
- Mixed media product | 720 pages
- 194.1 x 226.1 x 39.1mm | 1,047.81g
- 15 Feb 2002
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
Table of contents
Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Servlet Programming Fundamentals. Chapter 1: Servlets and Web Application Development. Chapter 2: Setting up a Servlet Development Environment. Chapter 3: The Servlet Life Cycle. Chapter 4: Handling HTTP. PART II: Working with Servlets. Chapter 5: Using Servlets with HTML. Chapter 6: Data Access with Servlets. Chapter 7: Exception Handling. Chapter 8: Working with RMI. Chapter 9: Servlet Communications. Chapter 10: Building Server--Side Includes. Chapter 11: Cookies and Session Management. Chapter 12: Security and Servlets. PART III: Beyond Servlets: JavaServer Pages. Chapter 13: Introducing JSP. Chapter 14: The Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture. Chapter 15: Servlets and JSP Tips and Tricks. Appendix A: What's on the CD--ROM. Appendix B: The Servlet API. Appendix C: Servlet Engines. Appendix D: JSP Syntax Sheet. Appendix E: Elements of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Appendix F: Apache and Tomcat Configuration. Index. End--User License Agreement.
About Ramesh Rajamani
About the Authors Suresh Rajagopalan recently completed his B.S. in Computer Science at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. His specialty is in eCommerce, which is also his minor. He has worked as a Web and Java developer at the eFunds Corporation in St. Paul, Minnesota. Suresh is also an active member of the Programmers Society of UTS. He wrote Chapters 1, 4, 5, and 10 and Appendixes B, C, and E. He also contributed to Chapter 2 and Appendix D. Ramesh Rajamani is a designer and developer of software products for financial institutions. He has expertise with servlets, JSPs, and J2EE. He is also trains and mentors employees in his company to get them acquainted with the latest Java technologies. Ramesh spends his spare time studying and researching design patterns and their applicability to enterprise Java applications. He wrote Chapters 6, 13, 14, and 15. He also contributed to Chapter 2 and Appendix D. Ramesh Krishnaswamy is a software architect who designs and develops business applications for the financial industry. His prime focus is server--side Java and Enterprise application design. Apart from development, he is involved in training people on Java, enterprise applications, object--oriented technologies, and databases. Ramesh wrote Chapters 8 and 11 and Appendix F, and he also contributed to Chapter 2. Sridhar Vijendran is an ardent computer programmer and a keen chess fanatic. He wrote Chapters 3, 7, 9, and 12.