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Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud: Develop, Deploy, Monitor, and Manage Your Java Cloud Applications by Harshad Oak

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CHAPTER

4

Servlets, Filters, and Listeners

In the previous chapter, we created a basic web application using NetBeans and discussed the structure and packaging of a Java EE application. In this chapter, we’ll look at Servlets, a Java EE technology that has been integral to Java EE application building from day one. We’ll also look at the key files for Servlet-based Java EE applications, sharing data, session management, filters, and listeners. Finally, we’ll deploy applications using these features onto the Oracle Java Cloud (OJC).

Servlets

Servlets have been around since the late 1990s and, amazingly enough, continue to be a key foundation technology ...

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