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JSP tutorial for beginners explains you the examples that are helpful for beginners as well as experienced. A JSP learner or user can learn the basics to advance topics from here.

JSP Tutorial For Beginners With Examples

In this section we will learn about the JSP. We will cover the topics from basic to advance. This section will help the JSP learner/user in to learn the basics of JSP as well as the advance thing in JSP. In this section you will see the every topics is explained with an example wherever it is required.

JSP also called Java Server Pages is used for creating dynamic websites. The JSP page allows for writing the Java Code and HTML content together. Permit to add the Java code with HTML tags facilitates to add the dynamic content in JSP page.

Examples that are given with the required topics explains the problems what you may face while using the JSP in your web development. These examples will cover the source code and the output after executing the code.

What is JSP?

The section "What is JSP" is useful for the beginners who want to start to make their carrier in creating dynamic web sites using JSP. This section covers the Introduction of JSP, JSP supported web servers, a simple example etc.

JSP Technology

This section will describe you about what is JSP technology, how the JSP is came into existence, who has developed the JSP, JSP architecture, What are the components of JSP, how the JSP and JSP container is functions, benefits of JSP.

JSP Version

Going through the sub section of this section you will learn about the different versions of JSP, each version has its own feature. The new versions consisted with the some new features than the older one and probably with the bug fix if any, in the older versions.

  • JSP 2.0 : This section will describe you the features of JSP 2.0.
  • JSP 2.1 : This section will describe you the features of JSP 2.1
  • Comparison of JSP 2.0 and 2.1 : This section explains the differences between these two versions i.e. JSP 2.0 and JSP 2.1

JSP Architecture

This section will describe you the architecture of JSP in detail. This section will describe you the interfaces and the methods defined in JSP and used by the JSP engine.

JSP Tags

This section will describe you about the in-build tags in JSP. JSP tags are written inside the angular brackets "<", ">" like the HTML tags.

JSP implicit objects

This section will describe you the in-built objects in JSP that can be used without creating their instance. There are 9 (nine) implicit objects are defined in JSP.

JSP and Database

In this section you will read about how to work with the database in JSP. Here you will read how to access the database i.e. from creating connection to getting resultset.

JSP session

In this section you will read about how to work with the session in JSP. This section will describe you how to do session management. You can also learn how to disable session in JSP from here.

JSP Cookies

In this section you will read about how to work with cookies in JSP. This section will describe you how to create Cookie using JSP, how to get the cookie value.

Servlet And JSP

In this section you will learn how we can use both Servlet and JSP together. In this tutorial you will learn how to write a Servlet for getting data and display them using JSP page.

How To Create Dynamic Page Using JSP

In this section you will read how we can create a dynamic web site or web page. Dynamic page or web site are the page/site that can generate the output on the basis of input at run time.

How to retrieve image from MySQL database using JSP

In this section you will read about writing code in JSP for retrieving the image from MySQL database.

How to use beans in JSP

In this section you will read how to use the Java Beans (reusable components) in JSP. Java Beans are used to separate the business logic from presentation logic.

For more tutorial/examples you may go through the link http://www.roseindia.net/jsp/index.shtml

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Posted on: June 27, 2013

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