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HELP WITH JSP?

kanna prasanth
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Joined: Aug 20, 2008
Posts: 8
Hello ,
To get to know the concept can anyone answer my questions in detail along with an example.

first step: Have to create a Loginpage.jsp in JSP with LOGIN id and Password.
second step: I am using MS Access as my present database which stores name and password.
Third step: Please explain to me how connection is made between Access and My Loginpage.jsp and what needs to be done in control panel(i donno that too).

Fourth step: This loginpage.jsp shld validate user id and password and if they are correct shld , send it to the next page through session.
Sagar Birari
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Joined: Sep 05, 2008
Posts: 11
Hello
1st read books about JSP,try googling for how to connect t Ms-access database

Regards


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Martijn Verburg
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Hi there,

The policy in Javaranch is not to simply give out code, see NotACodeMill for details.

Now, what steps have you tried so far? Is there anything in particular that you are stuck on?

Assuming you are brand new to JSP development I strongly recommend you take some tutorials on the subject before diving into this task

One site to try is Here

Also please do post with a descriptive title, it will help guide hte right experts to your question!

Ah, I see that you've done with your duplicate post, so in that case please do not post duplicate questions, see UseOneThreadPerQuestion for details.

A Bartender will probably be along to close this thread off shortly
[ September 16, 2008: Message edited by: Martijn Verburg ]

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