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Chapter 14 Examples from Java Servlet Programming, 2nd Ed

Examples from other chapters:

Example 14.2: A template to check names
This Tea template does nothing special except show a name.

Example 14.3: A template to snoop request information
This template shows how to snoop headers, cookies, and parameters.

Example 14.5: French clicks
This template demonstrates how a template may call on the utility functions to print an ad-click-through percentage for a given day. The date and percentage are formatted in the French style.

Example 14.6 and 14.7: The NameApp application
The following examples show a simple application that attempts to determine the name of the user through various means. The NameApp class is the application class; the NameContext class is the context object created by NameApp and made available to templates.

Example 14.8 to 14.13: The ToolApp application
The following application displays a list of the various content creation tools available. The tool information comes from an XML file, although it could just as well come from a database.


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