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Topic: Java EE (Enterprise), Java and XML, JSP and Servlets

Web Development with JSP

Web applications developed using JavaServer Pages (JSP) may require some interaction with J2EE services. For example, a web-based inventory control system may need to access J2EE's directory services to gain access to a database. Or you may want to use Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) in your application. This article presents a brief overview of J2EE, then it shows how to: Describe J2EE services in a Web Deployment Descriptor (web.xml) Reference J2EE services Access and use J2EE services from JSPs

Programming Language: Java

Updated: 10/09/2001
Organization: java.sun.com