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How start developing a JSP page?

 
Miguel Enriquez
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Hi all i am newb... how start develop a JSP page? i mean, buttons, edits............... and other same controls same as swing controls.

any url? documents? tutorial?



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You should start by looking at the recommendations in this topic.
 
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ok, i go to read, any notes:

i have installed tomcat work fine.
i have installed mysql too work fine
i have installed mysql conector too work fine
i have isntalled netbeans and eclipse work fine
in eclipse i setup sql explorer and i can see the data of my tables.

only i want: how start programming, and connecting my JSP pages to mysql these 2 dudes, thanks friends
 
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Did you read the articles linked to in the topic I recommended?

That's a start to understand JSP and to understand good web app structure.

I'd also get a good modern book on JSP that emphasizes JSP 2.0. And perhaps search for online tutorials.
 
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Not only JSP is involved, you also have to know proper use of HTML markup, especially forms.

I always suggest starting with a pure HTML static page that displays the way you want, then you have a starting point for JSP.

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An HTML-first development methodology probably is the easiest for a beginner in web apps. But it can lead one down the garden path. When using an HTML-first approach, be cautious about putting processing in the JSP. In fact, anyone starting out with JSP at this point, or anyone starting a new JSP project, should just pretend that scriptlets and scriplet expressions don't even exist.
 
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ok, i know little php and html i think no problem of learning JSP pages, only want a way...

last question of this topic:

what about applets?
can i combine Java applets + JSP + Mysql + Swing + HTML ?

and of course javascript, etc....


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Originally posted by Miguel Enriquez:
can i combine Java applets + JSP + Mysql + Swing + HTML ?


Applets execute on the client so they have little to do with JSP. You can include applets in the HTML page produced by JSP, just don't exepct them to have much to do with each other.

Database access with MySQL should take place in the model layer so again, not much to do directly with JSP which serves as the view layer.
 
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a friend say: Miguel start develop JSP WebDatabase pages with JAVASTUDIO CREATOR 2 (visual development)

thats right?


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At a quick glance that looks like a tool for creating JSF interfaces. Unless you are wanting to get involved with JSF (I would not) it may not be a useful tool for you.
[ March 25, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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