Tutorial covering JSP 2.2 and Servlets 3.0 with OpenSource Resin Servlet Container: Part 1
Java EE Servlet/JSP tutorial: Building a simple listing in JSP
This cookbook in the Java EE Servlet tutorial covers building a simple listing in JSP and Servlets. This tutorial is part of Java EE Tutorial covering JSP_2.2, and Servlets 3.0.
This cookbook assumes very little knowledge of HTML, Java and JSP. It does not cover HTML and Java at length, but it does point you in the right direction. You will find that you can get started with Java Servlets and JSP (Java Server Pages) quite easily.
Feel free to use whatever IDE you would like. Eclipse is the 800 pound gorilla in the Java space so we have some specific instructions to help you get started with Eclipse.
If you are new to Java and/or Java development, I suggest starting with Eclipse. It is the dominant IDE mindshare wise.
Any IDE that supports Java EE will support creating a war file. The war file is a binary distribution file that you can copy to the Java EE server, and the server will automatically deploy your web application (war is short for web application archive file).
Bill Digman is a Java EE / Servlet enthusiast and Open Source enthusiast who loves working with Caucho's Resin Servlet Container, a Java EE Web Profile Servlet Container.
Caucho's Resin OpenSource Servlet Container
Java EE Web Profile Servlet Container
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