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J2EE™ and Beyond: Design, Develop, and Deploy World-Class Java™ Software by Art Taylor

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The Rest of the Story: JSP Pages and JavaBeans Code Explained

The page flow gives us half the story. At this point, we need to see the contents of the JSP page and understand the interaction of the page with the Java code behind the page, the JavaBeans. To understand the actions performed by the page and to understand the process for programming a JSP application, the code behind each of the pages is explained in-line with the JSP page. This means that if a JSP calls a method, which in turn calls another method (as many of the facade class methods will do), then all of those methods are examined at that point in the text. This means that some of the more complex JSP pages is examined in fragments, while the code behind them is examined in detail. ...

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