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This book starts with an in-depth deiscussion of the JSP STL, then goes beyond the standard library to teach developers to create their own tags to further encapsulate the most common features of their specific applications.

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Creating a Thread Pool with Java. Creating JDK 1. Understanding Basic Tag Logic. Who This Book Is For. Structure and Organization of the Book. The Forum Application. Source Code and Updates. Understanding Scoped Variables. Accessing Application Data. The Basics of Web Application Programming.

Introducing the Forum Example. Using SQL Tags. Implementing the Forum Example. A General Query Engine. Understanding XML. Understanding XPath. Installing JDK. Installing Tomcat. Installing the Book Examples.

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Introducing JSTL. Installing JSTL. Exception Processing. Using Conditionals. A Chat Application 4. Using the Expression Language. Using the EL Expression Language.

Using the RT Expression Language. Collections, Loops, and Iterators. Understanding Collections. The Iteration Tags. Using Iterators. Formatting Data with Tags. Time Zones. Applying Date Formatting. Understanding Internet Resources. The I18N-Related Tags. Resource Bundles.

A Multilingual Forum Application. Creating Your Own Tag Libraries. Developing Custom Tag Libraries. The Components of a Tag Library. Debugging and Deploying Tag Libraries. Debugging with an IDE. Deploying Web Applications. Appendix A. JSTL Reference. The Core Tags.

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JSTL: JSP Standard Tag Library Kick Start

The JSP Standard Tag Library is a collection of commonly used functions and tools invaluable to JSP developers to avoid re-creating the same functions on site after site. This book starts with an in-depth deiscussion of the JSP STL, then goes beyond the standard library to teach developers to create their own tags to further encapsulate the most common features of their specific applications. Along the way, readers will also learn to use tags to access data, process XML, handle expressions, and further customize pages for international visitors. Later chapters explain how readers can expand the Standard Tab Library by creating their own tags. Jeff also teaches Java at St. He can be contacted by email at heatonj heat-on.

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