* develop "2nd generation JSP" solutions for web page creation with systems involving pre-processing servlets, "beans", and JSPs used for final page generation; * utilize "tag libraries" in association with JSP pages. * use XML as a means of creating "portable data" and implement processing programs that use available Java-based XML parsers; * use XSLT and XSL stylesheets to present data held in XML documents.
1. Screen shot of form page 2. Listings of servlet, and bean classes 3. Source and screen shots of all three JSPs ("Errors" and two versions of Display JSP) 1. Listings of the modified "finder bean" (which will now incorporate code from your DOM exercise) and also the servlet if this was changed 2. A listing of the modified JSP page that now uses XSL. 3. Your XSL stylesheet document 4. A screen shot showing the response page as generated using XSL-XSLT
Windows XP, Netbeans, JDK