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Herong's Notes on JSP


This book is a collection of notes and tutorial codes I wrote while I was leaning JSP (JavaServer Pages). Topics include: attachment, Big5, book, Chinese, content-disposition, content_type, cookie, custom tag, debugging, example, expression language, file upload, GB2312, GBK, header lines, HTTP/1.1,
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Secure communication between peers: SSL through JSSE


A core requirement of any non-trivial P2P application is secure communication between peers. While the details of the security depend on how the application will be used and on what it will protect, it's often possible to implement strong, general-purpose security using off-the-shelf technology such
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Building Your Own JSP Components


Adapted from a chapter of the book Web Development with JavaServer Pages, this article is written for developers who want to create their own Beans for use as JSP components, and for interested web designers who want to understand how these components are implemented behind the scenes. It is not nec
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Out of the Sandbox


Get your applet out of the sandbox. This guide takes you through the steps involved in creating digitally signed applets. These trusted applets can overcome the restrictions placed by the sandbox such accessing local files and folders.
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Explain garbage collection


Garbage collection is one of the most important feature of Java. Garbage collection is also called automatic memory management as JVM automatically removes the unused variables/objects (value is null) from the memory. User program can’t directly free the object from memory, instead it is the job o
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Step-by-Step JAVA games (Part 1)


Creating a basic game in JPanel.
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JDK More Flexible, Scalable Locking


Multithreading and concurrency are nothing new, but one of the innovations of the Java language design was that it was the first mainstream programming language to incorporate a cross-platform threading model and formal memory model directly into the language specification. While this simplifies the
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Basics of J2ME


The Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) offers great tools for developers, porting the Java platform's network-centric and platform-agnostic worldview down to memory- and processor-limited devices. This article explains the basics of the J2ME world, showing you the building blocks of the platform
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Derby (Java DB) JDBC Driver


This article provides tutorial notes on the JDBC driver for Java DB (Derby) produced by Apache. Topics include loading JDBC driver classes; connecting Derby Network Server; getting JDBC driver information; creating tables and running queries through the Derby JDBC driver.
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Intro to Java Tutorial


The Java language, and the ever-growing Java platform, have revolutionized programming. The goal of this tutorial is to introduce you to the Java syntax you're most likely to encounter professionally, and to expose you to idioms that will help you avoid trouble. Follow along with Java professional R
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Servlet Basics


Servlets are Java programs running on a web server that produce results viewed remotely on a web server. Servlets has the same purpose that CGI or PHP had in the past. We shall describe how Servlets works with some examples. You will also learn about Servlet Request and Response Model, Servlet Life
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Introduction to JavaServer Pages


This article introduces you to JSP: its features, target users, and intended use. It also compares JSP to some current Netscape technologies, such as SSJS and NAS's presentation markup language. Main topics include: JSP basics, Basic JSP request model, Working with Java Beans, and more.
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Step by Step Java Tutorial


This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the process of building applets. Using a Learn-By-Example method, within a few minutes you will be able to display things on the screen, a few minutes later you are able to use a GUI and after that you will see how to interact with the user. Topics in
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An Introduction to Java Servlets


This article describes the overall servlet architecture and what you need to develop your application with servlets. Also presented are several code examples to show you how to use the Servlet API, and compare it with CGI and proprietary server APIs where appropriate.
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Step-by-Step JAVA games (Part 2)


Creating a basic Java game using JPanel.
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Writing Your First JSP


A brief introduction to writing your own first Java Server Pages (JSP). Covers several different editions of "Hello, World!" example. This article is the first excerpt of a full series from the book, Web Development with JavaServer Pages.
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JSP Page Directive


In this JSP tutorial, you will learn about JSP page directive, attributes of the page directive along with syntax, examples and explanations.
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Using Java to read bar codes


This article takes a new look at UPC symbols and bar codes, and describes how you can use Java to read information from a UPC bar code. The authors explain how to expedite and organize your enterprise operations that revolve around an IBM DB2 database. The sample application described in the article
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Quick Java programming with FESI


In the real world of everyday computing (and development), there are many situations where "whipping up a Java program" to perform a task is either impractical or too time consuming. This article takes you into the underground world of FESI (Free EcmaScript Interpreter), where deploying th
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Handling Unhandled Exceptions


Java Server Pages (JSP) could handle any erros that might be arised in scriptlets, expressions, or other JSP elements. You could use try/cacth blocks to handle any known erros. In this technic we could use to display a custom error on our file where unhandled exception is thrown.
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