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Java Server Pages
Java Server Pages Online Training

Introduction to JSP

Java Server Pages is the way to separate the look of the web page from it's content. What this separation means is that no matter what web server or platform is used to develop or run the web site - it will behave the same way - providing different users with the same quality of product.

Through the use of hands-on exercises, students will explore the main concepts of JSP technology, it's syntax and components of JSP development. At the end of this course, students will be able to understand:

JSP training Highlights Gods Grace Technoloigies

  • What JSP technology can be used for
  • JSP architecture
  • Life cycle of a JSP page
  • JSP syntax

First Encounter with JSP

  • What is JSP?
  • Installing Java
  • Installing Tomcat Server
  • Testing Installation
  • Your First JSP

JSP Architecture. JSP Tags

  • Directives
  • Declarations
  • Scriplets
  • Expressions

Review of HTML Forms

  • How to create and respond to HTML forms
  • HTML Forms Elements

Introducing JSTL

  • Downloading and Installing JSTL
  • Using JSTL to Process HTML Forms

Dynamic Web Programming with JSP. Connecting to Databases

  • Introducing Databases
  • SQL Language Fundamentals
  • Manipulating Data Using SQL

Controlling the Flow of Application

  • Decision Making
  • Conditional Statements
  • Review Course Material


Students should be:

  • familiar with the Internet, the World Wide Web
  • proficient with HTML, familiar with forms
  • familiar with object-oriented programming concepts and Java programming language or have taken the 'Introduction to Programming in Java' (P140) or 'Java for Non-Programmers' (P141)courses



    familiar with object-oriented programming concepts and Java programming language or have taken the 'Introduction to Programming in Java' (P140) or 'Java for Non-Programmers' (P141)courses

    Operating System: Windows. This course will reference a Windows installation and Windows style path names. Linux users are welcome but will have to adjust accordingly.

    Web Browser: Recommended are Internet Explorer 5+, FireFox, Netscape Navigator or such.

    Text Editor: Any plain text editor such as TextPad, emacs or Notepad (not a word processor!)

    Java - J2SE5.0: Can be freely downloaded from http://java.sun.com

    Java Documentation: Can be freely downloaded from http://java.sun.com/docs/

    Tomcat Server 5.5: Can be freely downloaded from http://apache.sunsite.ualberta.ca/tomcat/tomcat-5/v5.5.15/bin/apache-tomcat-5.5.15.exe

    Microsoft Access (Linux users may use another database)


Windows Compatible computer that can run Java 5 and Tomcat 5.5. This is any computer that can run Windows 2000 or Windows XP with at least 512Mb RAM and additional 300MB Hard Disk space for Java and Tomcat.

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