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Build a Servlet-Based Application that Executes SQL Statements Against a Database


Dynamically interact with an SQL database using JSP and Servlets. Joel's article takes you through the processing of building your own "SQL Gateway"

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By: Joel Murach
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September 21, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Build a Servlet-Based Application that Executes SQL Statements Against a Database
  2. · Prerequisites
  3. · The User Interface
  4. · The Code for the JSP
  5. · The Code for the Servlet
  6. · The Code for the Utility Class
  7. · Conclusion and Related Links/Resources

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Thanks for reading. Please let me know if you found this tutorial helpful.

Joel Murach
joelmurach@yahoo.com

Related Downloads and Resources

Source Code - Free Download
http://www.murach.com/books/jsps/download_sql_gateway.htm
Feel free to download the code for this application. Then, you can install and configure it to work on your system.

Murach's Java Servlets and JSP
http://www.murach.com/books/jsps
If you want to learn more about servlet and JSP development using a MySQL database, JDBC, and connection pooling, this book uses a unique format to methodically present these topics. In addition, it presents other essential topics such as JavaBeans, custom JSP tags, JavaMail, SSL, security, and XML.

Murach's Beginning Java 2
http://www.murach.com/books/java
If you had any trouble understanding the Java syntax presented in this tutorial, this book provides a great introduction to the Java language and also makes a great reference.


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