web.xml configuration for servlet

Web.xml configuration for Servlet   Configure the servlet For configuring the servlet need to use <servlet> element. In this we will provide the servlet information such as Servlets name and class under the <servlet-name>, <servlet-class> tags respectively. Next step is mapping this servlet to the URL or URL pattern with the help of <servlet-mapping> <?xml…

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Servlet Life Cycle

Servlet Life Cycle   The Servlet’s life cycle is controlled by the servlet container or web container in which servlet has been deployed, resides in the Web server (most commonly used Web server is Apache tomcat). Whenever request comes from browser, the container performs the following steps Init() method First it checks for the existence…

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Java Servlet example eclipse

Steps to create Sample Project Using Java Servlets Lets see how to create a sample web application using Java Servlets and widely used Web server TOMCAT in Eclipse. Environment : Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers. Version: Kepler Service Release 1  Server info: Apache Tomcat/7.0.37 Servlet version: 3.0 JSP version: 2.1 Java version: 1.8.0_40 Create a new…

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What is Servlet?

Servlet Overview Earlier Common Gateway Interface (CGI) server-side scripts used to generate dynamic content. Disadvantages of CGI Platform dependence Lack of scalability Always a new process should be created to serve a request. i.e. f there are N simultaneous requests to the same CGI program, the code for the CGI program is loaded into memory N times….

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