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View table of contents. Getting Started with JavaServer Pages 1. Creating Applications for the Internet 1. Limitations of the basic Web server model 1. Shortcomings of CGI 1. Checking your system for Java 1. Adding an administrative user and password on a Linux system 1. Starting and shutting down Tomcat 5 1.

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Verifying your Tomcat 5 installation 1. How It Works 1. Tags and taglib 1. JSP’s rapid development cycle 1.

Authentication for Manager access 1. Dynamic Page Creation for Data Presentation 2. How It Works 2. Using the GET method to submit a form 2. Working with JSTL 1.

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Working with the JSP 2. EL implicit objects 2. JSP best practices 2. Web site personalization 2. Passing parameters to included JSPs 2. Modifying the included JSP to use personalization data 2. Generalized Templating and Server Scripting 3. Scripting Elements for Java Code Embedding 3. Declaration scripting elements 3. Working with jspInit and jspDestroy 3. Expression scripting element 3. Scriptlet scripting element 3. Java class syntax and scripting elements layout 3.

Creating a Simple Web Storefront 3. How It Works 3. Attaching attributes to implicit objects 3. Rendering the list of categories 3. Rendering the list of products in a given category 3. Adding a Shopping Cart to a Catalog 3. Creating the Shopping Cart 3. Decoding incoming request parameters 3. Rendering order information 3. Rendering the Return to Shopping hyperlink 3.

Shopping cart limitations 3. Overcoming the shopping cart limitations 3. Sessions and JSPs 3. Using a session to track line items in a shopping cart 3.

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Rendering the shopping cart using a session attribute 3. Rendering the total order price and the Clear the Cart hyperlink 3. Scoping of implicit objects in JSP 3. User Preference Implementation 4.

How It Works 4. Adding user preference form fields 4. Dynamic generation of CSS stylesheet content 4. Decoding form parameters and setting style variables 4.

JSP and EL 5. EL Named Variables 5. Using EL expressions inline with pahes data 5. Using EL expressions in attribute values 5. How It Works 5. The empty operator 5. Boolean variables and nulls 5. Automatic Type Conversion 5. Boxing and unboxing 5.

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Coercion to a string 5. Coercion to a number 5. Coercion to a character 5. Best attempt to “do the right thing” without error 5. Accessing Object Properties and Collections 5. User-Supplied Functions within EL 5. Namespace and EL functions 5. Static methods of a Java class 5.

Deployment descriptor entries 5. TLD function definitions 5. Anatomy of a Tag Library 6. The Tag Library Descriptor 6. The taglib map in the web. Locating JSTL and understanding javaseever library packaging 6. How It Works 6. Eliminating scripting declarations 6. Declaring taglib usage 6. Converting static method calls to EL accessible functions 6. Replacing scripting iteration with the JSTL iteration tag 6.

Replacing complex Java scripting logic 6. Converting control flow 6. Converting method calls 6. Changing the lineitems table layout 6. Directives as instructions for the container 7. Alternative XML syntax for directives 7. Available JSP directives 7.

Processing a JSP page: The page Directive 7. The language attribute 7. The extends attribute 7. The import attribute 7. The session attribute 7. The info attribute 7.

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