It looks like my webdev employer has decided to move from PHP to JSP. Is it time to learn a new language or time to move on...? [more inside]
JavaFilter: I've pored over dozens of tutorials and read Head First Servlets and JSP. I thought I understood how to utilize servlets in order to generate dynamic content. I can get a simple form/one page site going but am at a complete loss when trying to come up with a design for a full web application. My boss wants a demo by the end of the week (he has seen the single pages, now wants them to work together). My anxiety levels are skyrocketing as it has become clear I don't know what I'm doing. Details inside. [more inside]
Anyone have experience moving from PHP to Spring/JSP? What approach made the change easiest for you? [more inside]
I have users logging into XOOPS running on IIS, and have an instance of the Jetty JSP webserver configured to serve up Eclipse's Infocenter system. How can I set up security so that no users can view the Jetty-served content without being authenticated first in a XOOPS session off of IIS? [more inside]
Apache and Tomcat strangeness... a page in my app throws a 404... but only when using SSL on a single server. [more inside]
I'm a fairly recent college grad that never really worked with an IBM iSeries computer. Now I'm being asked to maintain an existing project at my job which resides on our iSeries machine. Where should I look for advice? I've scoured IBM's resources, and none of them make very much sense at all. I just want to get this project off of my plate. [more inside]
How do I output random blocks of text in a JSP include? I am not in any way a java/jsp programmer. [more inside]
How do I precompile JSP pages in Eclipse? [more inside]
JSP templates as templates - am I reinventing the wheel? [more inside]
What is the best web host to (cheaply) serve JSP/MySQL? [more inside]
I need a new way of transforming XML with XSL. Till date I've used PHP's Sablotron, which I absolutely love and is simple to use, but my host keeps forgetting to enable and include it each time they recompile Apache, so I was wondering if someone here knows of a way to do the same with either Perl or JSP/Tomcat or even PHP as long as it is without Sablotron's xslt_create(). [more inside]
Code Coverage tools for JSP? Anybody know of any good ones? Would like to be able to evaluate the JSP code directly and not the java generated by the JSP engine.
I have a JSP Question. How can you pass form variables to another JSP page without using cookies or sessions? I'm doing my form validation on one JSP page and then I need to do the processing of the form in the other. I'm guessing I could set some type of variables like php's $_POST but I'm not sure what to do.