rick zorich

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Bear, that book is a year old already.
What about JSTL 1.1 ?
18 years ago
JSP
I got that out of "JSTL in Action" by Shawn Bayern.
But it only covers JSTL 1.0.
Does anybody have a book for JSTL 1.1 ?
18 years ago
JSP
Did you try ?
${pageContext.request.remoteUser}
18 years ago
JSP
What do you think of "tag files" ? I just started learning how use them. I think that they may be the coolest new feature of JSP 2.0. rick
18 years ago
JSP
Daniil, thanks for sharing. rick
18 years ago
JSP
It would be nice if you posted your final code here.
18 years ago
JSP
Look at this to get started.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/JSP/Q_20514811.html
Be sure to read Kenneth's final suggestions.
18 years ago
JSP
Here are two JSPs that I wrote a while ago. You could use same idea.
------sender.jsp----------------------------------------------

and the second
----------------------bouncer.jsp----------------
18 years ago
Here is some quick and dirty JSP to demonstrate. Put both files in the same directory.
------------sender.jsp----------------------------------------
-------------------------------bouncer.jsp--------------------------
18 years ago
The first time you request A.jsp, the output is "hello". Refresh it couple times to see different times.
18 years ago
Try this listener. But, please be careful, you will throw a java.lang.StackOverflowError if you let the count go too high. Maybe someone will post code to catch it gracefully.

For testing you could use the following two JSPs.
A.jsp

and B.jsp
18 years ago
You could use Praful's code in a Filter.
18 years ago
Of course, I am using windows.
build.xml is in the web app's root directory(in my example "forum" is the context).
Put your source code into src directory and place that into forum directory.
19 years ago
Ok here is mine. I hope to see a lot of others.
19 years ago