JSP and Servlets Tutorial : First Java Web Application In 25 Steps



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34 thoughts on “JSP and Servlets Tutorial : First Java Web Application In 25 Steps

  1. trying this, doing everything step by step… almost nothing works… using intellij, i had to install tomcat by myself because maven didn't install it and couldn't find one, the configurations are out of date i guess or something but i managed to run it by myself… but then the servlet doesn't find the proper path once i create the new .jsp file it always gives me 404 regardless how many different paths i wrote to it it never finds it just useless…

  2. i saw this in your login.jsp <%@ page language="java" contentType="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" pageEncoding=UTF-8 %>

    when i attempted to use I got an error

    and I would like an answer please

  3. so small details matter alot when implementing this method you may not need a forward slash at the beginning
    request.getRequestDispatcher("WEB-INF/views/login.jsp").forward(request, response);

  4. if you have a red don't on your file please check out this link on how to fix it, chose which one works best for you, this worked best for me Right click on the project folder, go to Java EE Tools, select Generate Deployment Descriptor Stub

    please don't give up alot of these tutorials or bull shit and they don't go over there code and some are just a little to fast, you have to do exactly as the video says what works for me is watching the video first without following alone and then re watch it following every step

  5. will you plzz guide me in choosing a project based on java web application… will you plz give me any idea about this
    I didn't understand what should i made as a project…. ?? I don't know which type of name should i choose for my project?

  6. Great video – Simple, yet Precise explanation. The cool stuff about this course is that its a blend of theory + practical implementation, with heavier focus on the practical part. Through this video, I realized the power of Maven & Eclipse. I might buy this course on Udemy. Thank you.

  7. This was very helpful, I went through the entire video and then purchased the course. For a recently graduated student working in enterprise software dev, this is perfect bc these are all tools many of our contracted applications use!

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