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Protect session attributes by synchronizing on the HttpSession SingleThreadModel is designed to protect instance variables But how does the web container guarantee a servlet gets only one request at a time?
Which is the better STM implementation? Only Request attributes and local variables are thread-safe!
Coffee Cram: Mock Exam Chapter 5 Coffee Cram: Chapter 5 Answers 6. Session Management: How sessions work One problem Cookies The best part: What if I want to know whether the session already existed or was just created?
URL rewriting: Mock Exam Chapter 6 Coffee Cram: Chapter 6 Answers 7. Using JSP: We need another JSP element A comment But wait Mock Exam Chapter 7 Coffee Cram: Chapter 7 Answers 8. Scriptless JSP: The param attribute to the rescue But wait! It gets even better Trying to display the property of the property Expression Language EL saves the day!
How it runs Mock Exam Chapter 8 Coffee Cram: Chapter 8 Answers 9. Using JSTL: You do NOT want your clients to see this: Configuring error pages in the DD Error pages get an extra object: Mock Exam Chapter 9 Coffee Cram: Chapter 9 Answers Custom Tag Development: When even JSTL is not enough Includes and imports can be messy Tag Files: A tag with dynamic row data: SkipPageException shows everything up to the point of the exception But what happens when the tag is invoked from an included page?
We could just add more custom tag attributes But what if you DO need access to the body contents? A Tag can call its Parent Tag Find out just how deep the nesting goes Mock Exam Chapter 10 Coffee Cram: Chapter 10 Answers Web App Deployment: Mock Exam Chapter 11 Coffee Crem: Chapter 11 Answers Web App Security: Keep security out of the code!
Who implements security in a web app?
Customizing methods: Mock Exam Chapter 12 Coffee Cram: Chapter 12 Answers Filters and Wrappers: As of version 2. Mock Exam Chapter 13 Coffee Cram: Chapter 13 Answers Patterns and Struts: RMI makes life easy What we want Time for a Transfer Object?
Service Locator and Business Delegate both simplify model components Business tier patterns: MVC Where we left off How does Front Controller fit in? Mock Exam Chapter 14 Coffee Cram: Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6.
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