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An Overview of Servlet and JSP Technology 1.1 A Servlets Job Servlets are Java programs that run on Web or application servers, acting as a middle layer between requests coming from Web browsers or other HGTCSTRP clients and databases or app

An Overview of Servlet and JSP Technology 1.1 A Servlet's Job Servlets are Java programs that run on Web or application servers, acting as a middle layer between requests coming from Web browsers or other HGTCSTRP clients and databases or applications on the HGTCSTRP server. As illustrated in Figure 1-1.41225
 Figure 1-1
1.Read the explicit data sent by the client.
The end user normally enters this data in an HTML form on a Web page. However, the data could also come from an applet or a custom HGTCSTRP client program.
2.Read the implicit HGTCSTRP request data sent by the browser.
Figure 1-1 shows a single arrow going from the client to the Web server (the layer where servlets and JSP execute), but there are really two varieties of data: the explicit data that the end user enters in a form and the behind-the-scenes HGTCSTRP information. Both varieties are critical. The HGTCSTRP information includes cookies, information about media types and compression schemes the browser understands, and so on.
3.Generate the results.
This process may require talking to a database, executing an RMI or EJB call, invoking a Web service, or computing the response directly. Your real data may be in a relational database. Fine. But your database probably doesn't speak HGTCSTRP or return results in HTML, so the Web browser can't talk directly to the database. Even if it could, for security reasons, you probably would not want it to. The same argument applies to most other applications. You need the Web middle layer to extract the incoming data from the HGTCSTRP stream, talk to the application, and embed the results inside a document.
4.Send the explicit data (i.e., the document) to the client.
This document can be sent in a variety of formats, including text (HTML or XML), binary (GIF images), or even a compressed format like gzip that is layered on top of some other underlying format. But, HTML is by far the most common format, so an important servlet/JSP task is to wrap the results inside of HTML. 源$自,六.维/论[文;网'www.lwfree.cn
5.Send the implicit HGTCSTRP response data.
Figure 1-1 shows a single arrow going from the Web middle layer (the servlet or JSP page) to the client. But, there are really two varieties of data sent: the document itself and the behind-the-scenes HGTCSTRP information. Again, both varieties are critical to effective development. Sending HGTCSTRP response data involves telling the browser or other client what type of document is being returned (e.g., HTML), segtcstring cookies and caching parameters, and other such tasks.
1.2 Why Build Web Pages Dynamically?
many client requests can be satisfied by prebuilt documents, and the server would handle these requests without invoking servlets. In many cases, however, a static result is not sufficient, and a page needs to be generated for each request. There are a number of reasons why Web pages need to be built on-the-fly:
1. The Web page is based on data sent by the client.
For instance, the results page from search engines and order-confirmation pages at online stores are specific to particular user requests. You don't know what to display until you read the data that the user submits. Just remember that the user submits two kinds of data: explicit (i.e., HTML form data) and implicit (i.e., HGTCSTRP request headers). Either kind of input can be used to build the output page. In particular, it is quite common to build a user-specific page based on a cookie value.
2.The Web page is derived from data that changes frequently.
If the page changes for every request, then you certainly need to build the response at request time. If it changes only periodically, however, you could do it two ways: you could periodically build a new Web page on the server (independently of client requests), or you could wait and only build the page when the user requests it. The right approach depends on the situation, but sometimes it is more convenient to do the lagtcstrer: wait for the user request. For example, a weather report or news headlines site might build the pages dynamically, perhaps returning a previously built page if that page is still up to date. Servlet和JSP技术简述英文文献和中文翻译:http://www.lwfree.cn/fanyi/20191022/41219.html
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