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Questions in JSP

calvin ho

Joined: Mar 13, 2001
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Topic: New to JSP
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ssafeer Dec 19 1999, 09:22 PM
New to JSP Message 1 of 9

Hello Friends,
Please LEt me know how to start up with JSP.
I have worked for Servlets now wanna learn JSP. Do let me know what all is the requirement and what all i should i install to start with. also suggest me some site with jsp tutorials.
My Mail Id is ---
Thanx in advance
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More info: Servlet Tutorial, Essentials of the Java Programming Language

Mohamz Dec 23 1999, 01:43 AM
New to JSP Message 2 of 9

Go to Sun's site about JSP:
Look at :
or if you have already programmed with ASP:
Hope this helps
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More info: Servlet Tutorial

jketes Feb 16 2000, 01:40 PM
New to JSP Message 3 of 9

I am new to JSP. I have limited knowledge of JAVA Programming. However, I have no knowledge of JavaBeans or applets or servlets. I am trying to write a JSP file that can receive data from the user thorugh FORMS created in HTML. I need to do some basic processing on this data and display the results back to client. Could you please tell me where I can find relevant information: Any pointers to useful documentation / books / sample code will be highly useful ?
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mchan0 Feb 16 2000, 02:01 PM
New to JSP Message 4 of 9

hope you have fun,
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joenykilch Feb 18 2000, 11:36 AM
New to JSP Message 5 of 9

Try looking at:
It explains the JSP model architecture with a solid example.
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More info: Servlet Tutorial

vijayabhaskarl Aug 24 2000, 08:57 PM
Re: New to JSP Message 6 of 9

balan123 wrote:

For starting with JSP,first make sure that the web server you
are using does provide you with a jsp container.One small web server although not as powerful as IIS or Appache is JSWDK-1.0.1 provides a JSP container.This is the only software you need to have.Then of course comrade many ref: books are available plus the Info: on the net.
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More info: Graphics & Media Articles, Servlet Tutorial

elangoct Aug 28 2000, 10:46 PM
New to JSP Message 7 of 9

Recently I installed JavaWebServer2.0, and after a great struggle I was able to run my first Servlet. I mean I was able to compile and execute it.
But with JSP pages, I am having lot of problems. At first when I tried to view a jsp page, it asked me to "open with" and i selected notepad and now always it opens the jsp page with notepad. As specified in the discussion board, I tried to put the jsp files in the servlet or public_html directory still now use. In the servlet directory it just displays the html part and if try to view thesource I am able to see the jsp code also.
Could anyone please tell me how can execute my jsp, or atleast view an existing jsp file example.
Thanks in advance.
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kaushikpatel1 (in response to elangoct) Oct 08 2000, 08:13 AM
Re: New to JSP Message 8 of 9

To run a JSP you need JRun support if you are not having a JSP engine with your web server..
Install JRun an put your JSP in
"C:\Program Files\Allaire\JRun\servers\default\default-app" . It should run.
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slho7 Apr 16, 06:59 PM
New to JSP Message 9 of 9

I'm new to JSP and have some questions in mind. Your kind help is highly appreciated. =)
1. If I extends the JSP from another class (instead of HttpServlet), is that I must override methods service(), init() and destroy()? how should I override these methods and what's the trade-off?
2. Is it possible for the JSP to dynamically generate validation code in Javascript whenever it finds some input elements? Should I do it in the controller of the MVC model? And how to achieve that?
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