All the slides, source code, exercises, and exercise solutions are free for unrestricted use.The few parts on IDE development and deployment use Eclipse, but none of the code is Eclipse-specific.Every once in a while I'm asked something like, "How can I tell if I have a valid user session in my JSP code?" According to the JSP specification, an implicit variable named (which is an instance of an Http Session) is made available to your JSP's automatically by your servlet container.Each validator has a check box to specify whether it is enabled for manual validation or on a build. This image shows how to exclude certain folders (or files) for XML validation.
For most types of applications, JSF 2 is now the recommended way to build Java-based Web applications, replacing the older and lower-level servlet and JSP libraries.
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Following is a series of tutorials on Android programming.
Android is the preferred platform for building corporate apps since you can install Android apps from your company Web site, rather than submitting them to the Apple App Store as required for the i Phone (unless all employees jailbreak their phones).
Click on a topic below to get the detailed tutorial for that topic, download the section's source code as an Eclipse project, see exercises, get the source code for the exercise solutions, or to simply run the sample apps from that section.
At first we will create page where we will design an interface for the user to input and submit their records then we will create page where we will write the code for getting the input field values and the database table records.
Here we will write the sql query for fetching the matched record from table.
For this at first we will create a database table and then we will insert some dummy values.
Then we will create the JSP pages for different purposes.
These tutorials assume that you already know Java; they definitely move too fast for those without at least moderate prior Java experience.
If you already have JSF experience, see the JSF jobs page.