The latest web pages available on this site.

ServerPages

JSP Introduction

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
Gives a short introduction in JSP (Java Server Pages)

JSP Page Directive Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The page has a lot of attributes that specify conditional information to the JSP container for the page.

JSP Include Directive Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The include directive will tell the JSP container to include another file in the position it is given.

JSP Taglib Directive Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The taglib directive specify libraries of tag files we will use in the current JSP file. This can either be a Custom JSP Tag Library or JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL).

JSP Declaration Scripting Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
Declaration scripting elements are used to insert methods, constants, and variable declaration into JSP pages.

JSP Scriptlet Scripting Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
Scriptlet scripting elements are used to control flow of data to the JSP pages.

JSP Expression Scripting Element

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
Expressions scripting elements are used to output values to the JSP pages.

JSP jspInit and jspDestroy

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
JSP has two callback methods that you can be define within a declaration scripting element. The JSP container will call them at two different points during the life of a JSP page.

JSP Attribute Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP attribute action element defines an attribute value for another JSP XML element.

JSP Body Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP body action defines a body for an action element. It's required only when the action attributes are defined by attribute elements.

JSP Dobody Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP dobody can only be used inside a tag file. The JSP dobody invokes the body of the tag, sending the output of the result to the JspWriter, or to a scoped attribute that can be examined and manipulated.

JSP Element Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP element action are used to creates XML elements dynamically. The word dynamically is important, because it means that the XML elements can be generated at request time rather than statically at compile time.

JSP GetProperty Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP getProperty action element gets the named property and outputs its value for inclusion in the page as a String

JSP Fallback Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP fallback action is part of the JSP plugin action and can only occur as a direct child of a JSP plugin action.

JSP Forward Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP forward action implies that the current request is forwarded to a static page, another JSP page, or a Java Servlet. The processing of the current JSP is terminated.

JSP Include Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The include action will tell the JSP container to include another file in the position it is given.

JSP Invoke Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP invoke can only be used inside a tag file. The JSP invoke takes the name of an attribute that is a fragment, and invokes the fragment, sending the output of the result to the JspWriter, or to a scoped attribute that can be examined and manipulated.

JSP Param Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP param can appear in the body of the JSP include action, JSP plugin action, JSP forward action and JSP params action. The JSP param action element is used to provide key/value information.

JSP Params Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP params action is part of the JSP plugin action and can only occur as a direct child of a JSP plugin action.

JSP Plugin Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP plugin will generate the HTML code to embed a Java object (OBJECT or EMBED) on the page. This is typically a Java applet, but can also bee a JavaBean component.

JSP SetProperty Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP setProperty action element sets the values of properties in a bean.

JSP Text Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP text action can be used to enclose template data in a JSP page, a JSP document, or a tag file.

JSP UseBean Action

Using Netbeans IDE and Glassfish Server

(new: 2017-01-20)
The JSP usebean action makes a JavaBeans component available in a page.

© 2010 by Finnesand Data. All rights reserved.
This site aims to provide FREE programming training and technics.
Finnesand Data as site owner gives no warranty for the correctness in the pages or source codes.
The risk of using this web-site pages or any program codes from this website is entirely at the individual user.