Servlets JDBC and JSP for Java Web Development

Servlets JDBC and JSP for Java Web Development

Servlets JDBC and JSP for Java Web Development

Learn how to use Java Servlets to develop web-based applications

Language: english

Note: 4.2/5 (3 notes) 2,526 students  New course 

Instructor(s): eduCBA (CBCPL)

Last update: 2022-06-13

What you’ll learn

  • Learn servlet and introduction to it, setting up server tomcat. Servlets mapping the topics dealt with under this are coding servlet
  • It also includes the servlet context and servlet config, servlet load on startup, MVC design pattern, and servlet request dispatcher theory.
  • Learn session tracking, tracking cookies, running HTML page on the server, tracking HTTP session, servlets cookies login logout, servlets HTTP session login
  • Understanding of Java servlet, request processing, HTTP, and how to handle session in servlet

 

Requirements

  • All it takes to have a learning attitude and willingness to learn new technology in this fast-paced technology aware world. However, we have listed some pre-requisites for our readers. Knowledge of database concepts Database Professionals Good understanding of the Java programming language. It will be great if you have a good understanding of SQL Basic knowledge of web applications and how the internet works. Such basic knowledge will help you to understand the JDBC concepts quickly and you can move fast on the learning track.

 

Description

The goal of this training is to make you familiar with all the Java servlet concepts and make you learn all the topics by working on projects related to the Java servlet. Some of the concepts covered under this training are Java servlets fundamentals and advanced training, JDBC working with Java servlets, JDBC servlet and JSP and many other topics are covered.

In response to the ‘Change’ and ‘Need’ what we have discussed earlier, let us first move ahead with the ‘Change’ part and then ‘Need’. So, what has changed in the web pages is a valuable question.

Over some time, there has been a considerable change in the webpage, the webpages have grown in size to around 25% what it used to earlier. The changes are not related to a dimension but the size. The reasons behind this are – report from HTTP archive

  • The size increased by content

  • Javascript and the bite-size of the HTML 5

To counter these changes the concerned authorities came up with a solution known as Dynamic web pages using Java Servlet. A Dynamic web page is a page that interacts with the users; it changes every time a user interacts with it. The changes are also related to duration or location, also to user access and also due to the type of user interaction. There are two types of dynamic web pages :

  • Client-side: These develop client-side content, generated on the client-side, here the user web browser downloads the web page from the server process it and then displays the content to the users.

  • Server-side: Changes that are made at the server’s end when a user makes any action like login pages, form submission, actions take while shopping, and many others.

The need related to these enhancements or changes lies in the fact of providing more enriched user experiences. A static website fails to impress users whereas a dynamic website using Java Servlet becomes gives an eye-catching experience to its users. The more they interact the more they can engage the users.

While Static websites hold a benefit of being fast, cheap and easy integration the dynamic websites give dynamic content, easy to update, and being more powerful features like login, payments, shopping, etc

With our Java Servlet Training, a candidate opens the door to the utmost possibilities of learning some high demand skills, techniques, and tools. Each of these skills is discussed in detail without compromising on the fundamentals parts. Follows below are some of the crucial skills you can learn – Java, Java Servlet, JavaJ2EE, Server Tomcat, Servlet mapping techniques, Servlet context, server configuration, Server loading, MVC design patterns, Servlet request dispatcher theory, java servlet dispatcher theory, java servlet session tracking, servlet cookies login logout, servlet HTTP session login logout, database concepts in details, Servlet filters, JDBC, Servlet API, Servlet life cycle, Servlet life cycle methods, creating servlet App on Tomcat Server, Generic servlet, understanding request processing and HTTP, Handling session in the servlet, JSP.

 

Who this course is for

  • A prior basic Knowledge of database and related concepts will be an added advantage. Database Professionals You should have a good understanding of JAVA language SQL knowledge and understanding be a plus Basic understanding of how the internet works and web application architecture.

 

Course content

  • Java Servlets from Practicals
    • Introduction to Java/J2EE
    • Setting up Server Tomcat
    • Hello Servlets
    • Coding Servelet
    • Servlet mapping – Life cycle method
    • Do Get and Do Post Methods
    • Get and Post Methods demo
    • A simple application of Username and Password
    • Servlet Context and Config
    • Servlet Context and Config Continues
    • Servlet Context Part 1
    • Servlet Context Part 2
    • Servlet Load on startup
    • MVC Design pattern
    • MVC Design pattern Code Part 1
    • MVC Design pattern Code Part 2
    • servlets request disptacher theory
    • Dispatcher Code
    • Dispatcher Code Continues 1
    • Dispatcher Code Continues 2
    • servlets send redirect code
    • understanding request dispatcher 1
    • understanding request dispatcher 2
    • Introduction to Session Tracking
    • Tracking Cookies
    • How to send HTML response in Servlets
    • Running HTML Page on Server
    • hidden form fields
    • url rewriting Part 1
    • url rewriting Part 2
    • tracking http session
    • Servlets Cookies login logout Part 1
    • Servlets Cookies login logout Part 2
    • Servlets Cookies login logout Part 3
    • Servlets http session login logout Part 1
    • Servlets http session login logout Part 2
    • Servlets http session login logout Part 3
    • Database Overvew
    • Oracle Rdbms
    • Oracle sql Commands part 1
    • Oracle sql Commands part 2
    • Oracle sql Commands part 3
    • Oracle sql Commands part 4
    • Oracle database DDL DML DCL TCL part 1
    • Oracle database DDL DML DCL TCL part 2
    • Oracle database DDL DML DCL TCL part 3
    • Oracle database DDL DML DCL TCL part 4
    • oracle database constraints not null key
    • oracle database constraints unique key
    • oracle database constraints primary key
    • oracle database constraints check and default key
    • java servlets jdbc part 1
    • java servlets jdbc part 2
    • java servlets jdbc part 3
    • java servlets jdbc part 4
    • java servlets jdbc part 5
    • java servlets jdbc part 6
    • Servlets Filters Part 1
    • Servlets Filters Part 2
    • Servlets Filters Part 3
    • Servlets register login user example part 1
    • Servlets register login user example part 2
    • Servlets register login user example part 3

 

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