Chapter 4. Reading Data from Web Pages: Buttons and Text Fields

Today, the gloves come off and we get down to some serious JSP programming—the kind that JSP was built for. In the previous two days, we've been gearing up our Java expertise, and now we'll put it to work as we create JSP programs that let the user send data to us.

Reading Data from Web Pages: Buttons and Text Fields
  • Supporting HTML controls

  • Working with HTML forms

  • Submitting forms to the server

  • Using request objects

  • Using text fields and submit buttons

  • Using text areas, password controls, and hidden controls

  • Using buttons

Today's work will start by seeing how to place HTML controls in HTML Web pages, using HTML forms. As you probably know, ...

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