JavaServer Pages is an extension to the Java platform that promises to become the standard tool for intranet and web application development. With this book, students can learn to create powerful intranet and web applications that incorporate enterprise resources such as databases, networked servers, and distributed objects. This title shows how to design, develop and deploy dynamic web pages using JSP. It covers the latest JSP spec, and applies to every compliant web server implementation (including Apache). It also demonstrates how to interface Java programming concepts like beans with web application techniques such as sessions, cookies, and HTTP.
Jayson Falkner is a full time student at the University of Miami pursuing a degree in Information Technology. He has been programming in Java for the past two years and specializes in Servlets and JSP. Jayson is the CTO of Amberjack Software LLC and webmaster of JSP Insider. Jayson is an avid supporter of the open-source community and regularly contributes to various Java and JSP related projects. He may be reached at Jayson@jspinsider.com or by visiting his on-going efforts to provide good free information to the JSP community at http://www.jspinsider.com. In his late teens Ben Galbraith was hired by a Silicon Valley computer manufacturer to develop Windows-based client-server applications. In 1995, Mr. Galbraith began developing for the web and fell in love with Unix, VI, and Perl. After some years as an Internet consultant, Mr. Galbraith now leads the Java development team at an insurance company in Salt Lake City. He regularly lectures, evangelizes and gives classes on Java technology. Romin Irani works as a Senior Software Engineer with InSync Information Systems, Inc in Fremont, California. He has a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering from University of Bombay, India. At InSync Information Systems, he was in the design and development team for a distributed eProcurement application which used a variety of J2EE technologies. His primary skills and interests lie in J2EE Technologies especially JSP/Servlets, Java-XML and Web Services.
Ben Galbraith, Casey Kochmer, Jayson Falkner, John Timney, Meeraj Moidoo Kunnumpurath, Perrumal Krishnaraj, Romin Irani, Sathya Narayana Panduranga