Inside Servlets: Server-Side Programming for the Java Platform, 2/e (Paperback)

Dustin R. Callaway

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The Servlets best-seller for serious programmers -- thoroughly updated for the new Servlets 2.2 API!

  • Extensive new coverage: Deployment, security, authentication, internationalization, JSP, database integration, and more.
  • Advanced topics: state/session management, concurrency, cross-request communications, request forwarding, and partitioning.
  • CD-ROM: Extensive, fully updated library of ready-to-use servlet code.
Java servlets are the killer app for server-side programming. They represent the first cross-platform solution for server-side development that delivers the performance developers require -- and they've been incorporated into nearly every leading Web server platform. Inside Servlets, Second Edition teaches developers all they need to build robust, powerful servlets with Sun's new Servlets 2.2 API. It combines detailed, real-world projects, a comprehensive API reference, and extensive new coverage of crucial topics ranging from security to database integration. The book starts with a brief, crystal-clear introduction to servlet technology and architecture -- and then dives into the sophisticated techniques Java developers need to make the most of their servlets. Dustin Callaway provides a complete development framework for building Internet applications, as well as three start-to-finish sample servlets. He also offers outstanding, code-rich explanations of key techniques such as state/session management, cookies, thread-safe servlets, JDBC database access, cross-request communications, request forwarding, and partitioning. This Second Edition adds extensive coverage of deployment, servlet security and authentication, internationalization, JavaServer Pages, and more.

Dustin R. Callaway is a consultant, developer, author, and instructor specializing in Java and Internet technologies. He is currently a software engineer for Home Financial Network, specializing in developing Java-based Internet banking software. As senior programmer/analyst for Nu Skin International, he converted the firm's entire Web architecture to the Java Servlet API. He has served as a technical consultant for Arthur Andersen.

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Table Of Contents



Internet Basics 3.
Networks. Protocols. TCP/IP. Brief History of the Internet. Internet Addresses. Ports. Socket. Name Resolution. Firewalls. Protocol Tunneling. Proxy Servers. Internet Standards. Summary.

2. Web Basics.
Brief History of the Web. URLs. Web Browsers. Web Servers. Common Gateway Interface. Summary.

3. Beyond Web Basics.
HTTP. MIME. HTML Forms. Summary.


4. Why Servlets?
What Is a Servlet? Where Do Servlets Fit In? What Can Servlets Do? Why Are Servlets Better Than CGI? NSAPI/ISAPI. Summary.

5. Servlet Basics.
Basic Servlet Structure. Servlet Lifecycle. Servlet Reloading. Dissecting Two Sample Servlets. Summary.

6. Servlet API Basics.
HttpServlet. Class. GenericServlet. Class. ServletRequest Interface. HttpServletRequest Interface. ServletResponse Interface. HttpServletResponse Interface. Summary.

7. Writing Your First Servlet.
Servlet Requirements. Main Page. View Bulletins. Post Bulletin Page. Save Bulletin Page. Complete Bulletin Board Servlet. Summary 193

8 Running Servlets.
Apache Tomcat. Jrun. ServletExec. Resin. Summary.

9. Debugging Servlets. AHEADS = Servlet Debugging Process. Jbuilder. Forte for Java. VisualCaf. Summary.
10. Beyond Servlet API Basics.
ServletInputStream Class.ServletOutputStream Class. ServletConfig Interface. ServletContext Interface. ServletException Class. UnavailableException Class. Summary.


11. Writing Thread-Safe Servlets.
What Is Thread Safety? Synchronization. Service, doGet, and doPost Local Variables. SingleThreadModel Interface. Background Threads. Summary.

12. HTTP Redirects.
What Is an HTTP Redirect? HTTP Header Syntax for a Redirect. Sending a Redirect from a Servlet. Load-Balancing Servlet Using HTTP Redirects. Summary.

13. Cookies.
What Is a Cookie? HTTP Header Syntax for a Cookie. Setting Cookies with the Servlet API. Summary. @CHAPTER 14. State and Session Management.
What Is a Stateless Protocol? What Is a Session? State and Session Management Defined. State and Session Management Methods. Session Management with the Servlet API. Session Listeners and Events. Summary.

15. Request Forwarding, Server-Side Includes, Servlet Chaining.
Using the RequestDispatcher Object. Server-Side Includes. Servlet Chaining. Summary.

16. Database Access with JDBC.
JDBC Architecture. Accessing a Database. Basics. Advanced Database Concepts. Database Connection Pooling. Introduction to the MySQL Database. Summary.

17. Security.
Basic Authentication. Form-Based Authentication. Digest Authentication. Secure Sockets Layer. Summary.

18. JavaServer.
Introduction to JSP. Scope Rules. Implicit Objects. Directives. Scripting Elements. Comments. Actions. CCustom Tag Libraries. Using JSP and Servlets Together. Summary.

19. Packaging and Deployment. @AHEADS Building a Web Application Archive. Deploying on Apache Tomcat. Deploying on Jrun. Deploying on ServletExec. Summary.
20. Servlet Troubleshooting.
Protocol Explorer Utility. Diagnostics Servlet. Summary.


21. Form Mailer Servlet.
22. File Upload Servlet.
23. Servlet Template Framework.
Building a Web Application. Inside the Template Server. Guest Book Sample Application.


24. Javax.Servlet Package.
Interface RequestDispatcher. Interface Servlet. Interface ServletConfig. Interface ServletContext. Interface ServletRequest. Interface ServletResponse. Interface SingleThreadModel. Class Generic Servlet. Class ServletInputStream. Class ServletOutputStream. Class ServletException. Class UnavailableException

25. Javax.Servlet.http Package. Interface HttpServletRequest. Interface HttpServletResponse. Interface HttpSession. Interface HttpSessionBindingListener. Class Cookie. Class HttpServlet. Class HttpSessionBindingEvent. Class HttpUtils.
26. Servlet API 2.3 Update.
Filtering. Application Lifecycle Events. Shared Library Dependencies. New Error and Security Attributes. Welcome Files. New Classes, Interfaces, and Methods.


A: Common Well-Known Port Assignments.
B: Java Port Scanner.
C: The Internet Standardization Process.
D: URL Syntax for Common Protocols.
E: Meaning of URL Special Characters.
F: US-ASCII Encoding for Unsafe URL Characters.
G: Java HTTP Server.
H: HTTP Response Status Codes.
I: Common HTTP Request Header Fields.
J: Deployment Descriptor DTD.
K: Common MIME Types.
L: printStackTrace to String.
M: Servlet API Class Hierarchy Diagram.
Index. 0201709066T04272001

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