Java : Servlet Tutorials - Page 2
In this section, you will learn about the java Servlet with running example.
Java : Servlet Tutorials
- Context attributes in Servlet
All Servlets belong to one servlet context. A Servlet Context attribute is
used by all servlets and jsp in a context or web application.
- Client Auto Refresh in Servlets
We are providing you an example which explains you clearly. In the example,
We have created the session by request.getSession() method. The method response.addHeader("Refresh",
"15") refreshes the servlet after every 15 seconds till the
servlet gets destroy.
- Use Log in Servlet Context
We are providing you an example. In the given example, an object of Servlet
Context is defined. The method context.log() writes the specified message to a servlet
- Create XML File using Servlet
In this section, you will learn how to create xml file
using Servlet We have created file XmlServlet.java. It
creates XML file with its version and encoding and display a message 'Xml
File Created Successfully'.
- Simple Web Application using Servlet
In this section, we have developed a simple web application
in Servlet . In this application user can add, update and delete all the user
- Export data into CSV File using Servlet
In this section, you will learn how to Export data
into CSV file
using Servlet. We have created file "JdbcCsvFile.java" to export
data from this .java file..
- Export data into CSV File using JDBC in Servlet
In this section, you will learn how to export data
into CSV file
using JDBC in Servlet. We have created file "JdbcCsvFile.java" to export
data from database in to CSV file.
- Stored Data in XML File using Servlet
In this section, you will learn how to stored data in xml file
using Servlet We have created file login.jsp,XmlServlet.java.
User details in the "login.jsp" are to be stored in xml
- Upload Image using Servlet
In this example program a form is displayed to user, where user can browse
the image file which is to be uploaded on the server. Once the submit button is
clicked the form data is posted to a servlet.
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