JavaServer Pages Development

Saturday, March 16, 2002 - 9:00am
MIT Room 34-101
John Zukowski

JavaServer Pages (JSP) is Sun's approach to creating dynamic Web sites with a cross-platform, server-side scripting language. Developed primarily for the non-programmer to take advantage of Java servlets and JavaBean components, JSP allows web designers and Java programmers alike to create dynamic Web sites. After going over the basics, much of the lecture focuses on integrating JSP-based Web sites with other Java technologies like Java servlets and JavaBean components. In some cases, to communicate with these other technologies, custom tag libraries are used, to help minimize the amount of Java code in the JSP pages. Dealing with such topics as authentication, personalization, and internationalization from JavaServer Pages is also covered, as is integrating JSP with JavaScript.

Seminar in Detail: 

HTTP request-response model and the basics of Java servlets and JSP Develop and deploy JavaServer Pages (JSP) Understand JSP syntax: directives, expressions, and scriptlets Integrate JavaBean components with JSP Communicate with Java Servlets Exception Handling and debugging Utilize custom tag libraries


Advanced Registration Price: $80.00 Good until Tuesday, 03/12/2002
Regular Price: $90.00

Title: JavaServer Pages
Author(s): Hans Bergsten
Publisher: O'Reilly
List price: $39.95
PDS price: $30.00

MIT is at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, just on the north side of Memorial Drive(on the north shore of the Charles River), in Cambridge, MA.

Map showing the MIT campus. The red building is Bldg. 34; the Kendall T-Station is on Main Street off the right side of the map.

Building 34 is located on Vassar Street about half way between Main Street and Massachusetts Ave. It is a small square building turned 45 degrees to the street so it may look like a diamond, especially with a glass atrium entrance. Building 34 is set back a few yards from the street and the line of other buildings. It is between buildings 36 and 38.

Parking: Vassar Street on the other side of Mass Ave has a parking lot, a garage, and plenty of spaces on the street. MIT West Annex Lot and West Garage

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