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Which web servers support JSP technology? 0

Which web servers support JSP technology?

There are a number of JSP technology implementations for different web servers. – Glassfish : GlassFish is an open-source application server project originally started by Sun Microsystems for the Java EE platform and now...

How do I use JavaBeans components (beans) from a JSP page? 0

How do I use JavaBeans components (beans) from a JSP page?

The JSP specification includes standard tags for bean use and manipulation. The useBean tag creates an instance of a specific JavaBeans class. If the instance already exists, it is retrieved. Otherwise, it is created....

Can I generate and manipulate JSP pages using XML tools? 0

Can I generate and manipulate JSP pages using XML tools?

The JSP 2.0 specification describes a mapping between JSP pages and XML documents. The mapping enables the creation and manipulation of JSP pages using XML tools.

Can I create XML pages using JSP technology? 0

Can I create XML pages using JSP technology?

Yes, the JSP specification does support creation of XML documents. For simple XML generation, the XML tags may be included as static template portions of the JSP page. Dynamic generation of XML tags occurs...

How is a JSP page invoked and compiled? 0

How is a JSP page invoked and compiled?

Pages built using JSP technology are typically implemented using a translation phase that is performed once, the first time the page is called. The page is compiled into a Java Servlet class and remains...

How do JSP pages work? 0

How do JSP pages work?

JSP engine interprets tags, and generates the content required – for example, by calling a bean, accessing a database with the JDBC API or including a file. It then sends the results back in...

can i run multiple application in same emulator? 0

can i run multiple application in same emulator?

Yes, You need to close the Android emulator after every execution of project.. just minimize and run your application in turn will save lot of time.

What is Test Driven Development (TDD)? 0

What is Test Driven Development (TDD)?

TDD is an iterative software development process where you first write the test with the idea that it must fail. This is a different approach to the traditional development where you write the application...

Eclipse Keyboard Shortcuts

Eclipse Keyboard Shortcuts

1. File Close Ctrl+F4 In Windows Close Ctrl+X K In Windows Close All Ctrl+X Ctrl+C In Windows Close All Shift+Ctrl+F4 In Windows Close All Shift+Ctrl+W In Windows New menu Shift+Alt+N In Windows Print Alt+F9...

Tell me about yourself ? 0

Tell me about yourself ?

Start with the present and tell why you are well qualified for the position. Remember that the key to all successful interviewing is to match your qualifications to what the interviewer is looking for....