Pure JSP gives a very concise conceptual overview of the JavaServer Pages technology and its related components. Once you have a firm foundation with the JSP technology, related topics such as JavaBeans, JDBC and Servlets are covered at a very high level. The book moves on to explain a large number of JSP techniques, which were determined by studying problems faced by JSP users in the professional world. The final section covers the more technical aspects of the JSP technology. Topics include related API's, server configuration, and charts and diagrams related to developing JSP applications. This is a code-intensive, premium reference with well-commented, commercial-quality code Designed for Java developers who want to extend proficiency to JPS-based Web and distributed applications Author James Goodwill is the best-selling author for Developing Java Servlets, and is an expert on enterprise Java issues, including Servlets, EJB and JSP
Table of Contents
I. CONCEPTUAL REFERENCE.
1. JSP Overview: The Components of a JavaServer Page.
2. Java Servlets.
3. JavaBeans and JSP Concepts.
4. JDBC and JSP Concepts.
II. TECHNIQUES REFERENCE.
5. Configuring the JSP Server.
6. Handling JSP Errors.
7. Using the include Directive.
8. JavaServer Pages and Inheritance.
9. Using the JSP's Implicit Objects.
10. Using JSP Standard Actions.
11. JSPs and JavaBean Scope.
12. JSP and HTML Forms.
13. JSP and a Shopping Cart.
14. JSP and a JDBC Connection Pool Bean.
15. JSP and XML.
16. JSP Communication with Servlets.
17. JSP and JavaMail.
II. SYNTAX REFERENCE (WITH UML DIAGRAMS).
18. The javax.servlet.jsp Package.
19. The javax.servlet.jsp.tagext Package.
20. The javax.servlet Package.
21. The Javaservlet.http Package.