Category Archive for: Servlets

Session Tracking

Session Tracking  HTIP is a stateless protocol, which means that each request is independent of the -previous one, However, in some applications, it is necessary to save state information so that information can be collected from several.interactions between a browser and 11 server. Sessions provide such a mechanism. A session can be created via the getSession( ) rx…

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Using Cookies

Using Cookies  Now, let’s develop a servlet that illustrates how to use cookies. The servlet is invoked when a form on a Web page is submitted. The example contains three files, as summarized hei e: File AddCookie.htm AddCookieScrvlet.java GetCookiesServlet.java Description . Allows a user to specify a value for the cookie named MyCookic Processes the submission of AddCookic.htm Displays…

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Handling HTTP POST Requests

Handling HTTP POST Requests This section develops a servlet that handles an HTIP POST request. The scrvlet is invoked when a form on a Web page is submitted. The example contains two files: ColorPost.htm defines a Web page and ColorPos Servlet java defines a servlet, The HTML source code for ColorPost.htm is shown in the following listing.,It…

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Handling HTTP Requests and .Responses

Handling ‘HTTP Requests and .Responses The Hup servtet class provides specialized methods that handle the various types of  requests. 1\ servlet developer typically overrides one of these methods. These methods arc doDeka( ) duct( ). do Options( ), do Post(), foldout( ), and racetrack( ). A. complete dcscripion of the different types of HTTP requests is beyond…

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The Http Session BindingEvent Class

The Http Session BindingEvent Class The Http Session Binding Event class extends Event. It is generated when a listener is bound to or unbound from a value in an Secessionist object. · Http Session Event has the following constructor: Http Session Binding Event (Http Session session, String Name) Here, session is the source of the event, and name is…

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That HttpServlet Class

 That HttpServlet Class The Http Servlet class extends Generic it is commonly used when lopil  servlets that receive and process HTTP’ flush The methods of the  cLass are summarized here  Method void doDe!ete(HttpServletRcquest req,  HttpServletResponse res) throwsKrlixception, ScrvletException void doGet(HttpServletRequ~st rcq, HttpServletResponsc res) throws IOException, SerYletExceptio~ void doOptions(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletRcsponse res) throws IOExce’ption, ServletException void doPost(HttpServletRequcst req, HttpServletRcsponsc res) throws…

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Security Issue

Security Issue  In earlier chapters of this book, you learned that untrusted apple s are constrained to operate in a “sandbox.” They cannot perform operations That Are potentially dangerous to a user’s machine. This includes reading and writing files, opening sockets to arbitrary machines, calling native methods, and creating new processes. Other restrictions also apply.Similar constraints  exist for…

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The Httpsession Interface

The Httpsession Interface TIle HttpSession interface is implemented hy the server. It enables a servlet to read and write the stall’! information that is associated with an HTTP session All of these methods throw  Explain if the session has already been invalidated. The Http Session Blending letchner  Interface The Http Session Binding Listener interface is implemented by objects that need tobe notified when…

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The Http Settler Request Interface

The Http Settler Request Interface The Ultraconservative witchcraft is implemented by the server. It enables a settler to obtain information about a client request. Mothod String get Auth Typc( ) Cookie] get Cookics( ) long get Date Header(SlrinBficld) String get Header(StringficId) Enumeration get Header Names( ) int get let Header(Stringftcld) String get Method( r String get Path Tnfo(…

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The Javax.servlet.HTTP package

The Javax.servlet.HTTP package The Javax.servlet.http package contains several. interfaces and classes that are commonly used by servlet developers. You wiJI see that its functionality makes it easy to build servlcts that work with HTIP requests and responses. The following table summarizes the interfaces that are provided in this packa.ge: Interface Http Servlet Request Http Servlet Rcsponse Http Session…

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