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 Connection Pooling & App Servers Site: The Java Boutique 
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With every user trying to log in, our login Servlet will issue a call to this validateUser method. Every call to validateUser method will result in establishing a separate connection with the database. This is definitely not the best approach. Author: Harshal Deo Code: JSP 1.2

 Site User Logon Site: WEB Developers Journal 
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By asking a user for a logon and password, you can verify the user's access to the site and ensure they are shown only the information they need. During this tutorial, we will use XML and Java Server Pages to verify the user's logon Author: Donovan Cowie Code: JSP 1.2

 Tag Conventions in JSP Site: webreview 
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The ASP-derived tags are easily recognized by their delimiters. They all start with the characters <% and end with the characters %>. An additional character may appear after the initial <%, such as !, =, or @, to further proscribe the meaning of the tag. Author: Duane K. Fields Code: JSP 1.2

 Power of XPath and JSP tag Site: Java World 
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In this article, we'll examine the XPath custom tag library for JSPs and see a tag collection that provides simple control constructs and a uniform attribute value substitution facility, all of which combine to reduce complexity and improve functionality. Author: Stanley Santiago Code: JSP 1.2

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 Output & Session Management Site: webreview 
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At a high level, the basis of the HTTP protocol is requests and responses. Web browsers submit requests to Web servers, which return documents or other Web content in response... Author: Duane K. Fields Code: JSP 1.2

 Strut your stuff with JSP tags Site: Java World 
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Learn how to use the custom tags from the open source Struts library and create extensions that ease the coding of properties associated with field values and user input validation. Author: Thor Kristmundsson Code: JSP 1.2

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This article will show how easy it is to build, deploy, and use your own custom JSP tag, using the Servlet/JSP reference implementation, Tomcat. Author: Simon Brown Code: JSP 1.2

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 Advanced Features of JSP Tags Site: onjava.com 
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In this article, the second in the JSP custom tag libraries series, we will cover advanced JSP features and how to use them. Author: Sue Spielman Code: JSP 1.2

 Combine XPath and JSP Tags Site: Java World 
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In this article, we'll examine the XPath custom tag library for JSPs and see a tag collection that provides simple control constructs and a uniform attribute value substitution facility, all of which combine to reduce complexity and improve functionality. Author: Stanley Santiago Code: JSP 1.2


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