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Java™ Servlet Programming. Jason Hunter with William Crawford. Beijing 4 Cambridge 4 Farnham 4 Köln 4 Paris 4 Sebastopol 4 Taipei 4 Tokyo. Java Servlet Programming covers everything Java - Selection from Java Servlet 1 review. by William Crawford, Jason Hunter. Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc. Java Servlet Programming covers everything Java developers need to know to write Title Java Servlet Programming; Author(s) Jason Hunter and William.

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OReilly - Java Servlet Programming 2nd Jason Hunter. Head First Servlets and JSP™, Second Edition, and related trade dress are trademarks of. Servlet API, but I recommend that you also read Java Servlet Programming by Jason. Hunter and William Crawford (O'Reilly) or another book that covers the servlet .. Thanks also to all of you who helped me improve the book in other ways: Jason .. directories, and mail servers, creating PDF documents and images, and. Figure taken from Java Servlet Programming, 2nd Edition, by Jason Hunter with William Crawford exactly one is required optional () any number (0-n).

Each servlet in a servlet chain knows how to catch, process, and return a specific kind of content. Thus, servlets can be linked together to do language translation, change large color images to small black-and-white ones, convert images in esoteric formats to standard GIF or JPEG images, or nearly anything else you can think of.

Are you familiar with Java? Have you done CGI or other web application programming before? Or are you getting your feet wet with servlets?

No matter what experience level we imagined, it was sure to be too simplistic for some and too advanced for others. In the end, this book was written with the notion that it should contain predomi- nantly original material: it could leave out exhaustive descriptions of topics and concepts that are well described online or in other books.

Of course, external references only get you so far. This book expects you are comfortable with the Java programming language and basic object-oriented programming techniques. You may want to skim quickly the sections on applets and AWT graphical programming and spend extra time on network and multithreaded programming. But neither does it provide a full introduction to or exhaus- tive description of these technologies.

The code for these servlets is all contained within the text, but you may prefer to download the examples rather than type them in by hand. You can also see many of the servlets in action at. A few examples require alternate configura- tions, and this has been noted in the text. This book also contains a set of utility classes—they are used by the servlet exam- ples, and you may find them helpful for your own general-purpose servlet development. These classes are contained in the package.

Among other things, there are classes to help servlets parse parameters, handle file uploads, generate multipart responses server push , negotiate locales for interna- tionalization, return files, manage socket connections, and act as RMI servers.

Organization This book consists of 13 chapters and 5 appendices, as follows: Chapter 1, Introduction Explains the role and advantage of Java servlets in web application development. Chapter 3, The Servlet Life Cycle Explains the details of how and when a servlet is loaded, how and when it is executed, how threads are managed, and how to handle the synchronization issues in a multithreaded system.

Persistent state capabilities are also covered. Chapter 6, Sending Multimedia Content Looks at some of the interesting things a servlet can return: dynamically generated images, compressed content, and multipart responses.

The first half of the chapter demonstrates the traditional session-tracking tech- niques used by CGI developers; the second half shows how to use the built-in support for session tracking in the Servlet API. Chapter 8, Security Explains the security issues involved with distributed computing and demon- strates how to maintain security with servlets.

Chapter 9, Database Connectivity Shows how servlets can be used for high-performance web-database connectivity. Chapter 10, Applet-Servlet Communication Describes how servlets can be of use to applet developers who need to commu- nicate with the server.

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Other Categories. The only problemthat arises with this book is that the Servlet API is now in version2. Anexample of this is class javax. HttpSessionContext Iread at the author's site I throughly recommend this book even ifyou are using a newer version of the API, since the core servlettechnology hasn't changed much.

If you want to learn servlets justfor acquiring the knowledge, you might want to wait for the secondedition. Otherwise get this book to get on the fast track into thisexciting technology. In addition to covering all the topics of the first session, Jason Will Crawford did not contribute to this edition brings the content nearly up-to-date with all the dizzying array of developments in the servlet API, Tomcat , and the Web Applications Framework that have taken place since publication of the first edition October In particular, he illuminates the dark recesses of XML deployment descriptors, Tomcat 3.

Every topic is accompanied by working code snippets and often the code builds on itself so the would-be servlet programmer can participate in the development of complex applications from simple beginnings.

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I say "nearly up-to-date" because Tomcat 4. This is about as current as hardcopy gets these days!

My copy of the first edition is falling apart from constant use as a reference and already my copy of the 2d Edition is showing signs of wear. I could not recommend this book highly enough. If more people bought and read it, my email from the servlet interest group would no doubt decrease by an order of magnitiude! April 25, Jason Hunter has an excellent writing style that really helped me understand what servlets are and how they work.

The information is presented in a way that I can work with for developing solutions quickly. I especially like the say Jason Hunter de-mystifies this particular Web technology. Great job! One person found this helpful.

I am presently reading Java Servlet Programming It is very informative and fun to read Hunter should probably update the book since it is over 10 years old I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in programming in Java Valent Vella. I never knew anything about servlet programming this book just jump started me to write server side programme.

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English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.Also, the HTML generation should be pulled out of the servlet into a JSP file, as the servlet developer shouldn't be worried about page design. The topics discussed in this book reflectsituations that might surface in the real world.

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However, for the subjects they do cover, I would give them both four stars. Amazon Payment Products. And considering the book proclaims itself to be updated for JSDK 2. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

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