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JavaServer Pages is attracting two large audiences: web site developers who want a sophisticated, platform-independent solution for delivering dynamic content and hard-core programmers who need in-depth mastery of the JSP API. JavaServer Pages is an outstanding resource for both groups.
Author Hans Bergsten -- a contributor to the Apache Tomcat JSP/servlet reference implementations -- begins with an overview of JSP and servlets, showing how JSP addresses key problems that servlets leave untouched. He walks through configuring the Tomcat Server JSP environment on Apache, then introduces all the basics of JSP dynamic content development.
You'll review each element of JSP scripting, including implicit JSP objects, conditional processing, expressions, variables, and methods, and master error handling and debugging. Bergsten shows how to manage sessions and share data among JSP pages, requests, and users. He also offers thorough chapters on JSP-based database access, authentication, personalization, and internationalization.
Having thoroughly introduced JSP and its role in web development, Bergsten moves on to JSP's applications in J2EE enterprise development, including powerful techniques for creating your own JSP components. The book concludes with comprehensive references to the JSP API, elements, and syntax.