About JSP

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Step 4: Add a Servlet Class

.getRequestDispatcher("/guest.jsp").forward(request, response); } @Override protected void doPost ... the following operations on every http request: If a new guest has registered (using a JSP form ... " attribute. Then the processing is forwarded to the JSP page (which is presented in the next tutorial
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Step 4: Add a Servlet Class

.getRequestDispatcher("/guest.jsp") .forward(request, response); } finally ... connection) is constructed. If a new guest has registered (using a JSP form that is shown in ... . Then the processing is forwarded to the JSP page (which is presented in the next tutorial step). The JSP uses
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Step 1: Create a Maven Web Project

>      javax.servlet.jsp    jsp-api
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Step 1: Create a Maven Web Project

>      javax.servlet.jsp    jsp-api    2.1
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

index.jsp ... for JSP pages in the WEB-INF directory. The next step (and the last in this tutorial) is running the Spring web application.
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JPA Tutorials [2011-02-09]

, including Servlets, JSP and HTML. The first tutorial demonstrates a simple JPA web application with a Servlet and a JSP: JPA Web Application Tutorial This web application does not use EJB
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JPA Tutorials

, including Servlets, JSP and HTML. The first tutorial demonstrates a simple JPA web application with a Servlet and a JSP: JPA Web Application Tutorial This web application does not use EJB
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

> index.jsp JSP
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

At this stage your project should have the following structure: Use copy and paste to replace the content of the index.jsp file (which serves as the default front page) with the following redirection to the controller path: If Tomcat 6.0 is installed as
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

At this stage your project should have the following structure: Use copy and paste to replace the content of the index.jsp file (which serves as the default front page) with the following redirection to the controller path: Assuming that Tomcat 6.0 is installed