Reference Citations - HerongYang.com - v2.91, by Dr. Herong Yang
HelloWeb Quick Start Guide
'Using JavaBean Classes' tutorial was cited in a MARK Mail article in 2004.
The Using JavaBean Classes tutorial was cited in a MARK Mail article in 2004. Note that my Geocities site has been moved to herongyang.com now.
Subject: [EVALUATION] - E02 - HelloWeb Quick Start Guide (NB4.0dev) Date: Nov 1, 2004 Author: Christopher Rued Source: http://markmail.org/message/cvo2njkucss2cl5c ... Are you looking for persistency of objects for a single user during a single session, or for more long-term persistence? If you're just looking to keep objects around for a session, you can store these objects in the session of your app server: session.setAttribute(name,value) session.getAttribute(name) There are fancier (and seemingly preferred) ways of doing it using <jsp:useBean...>, but I'm not totally familiar with it. Here's a JSP tutorial that seems pretty good and seems to cover both: http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/JSPIntro/contents.html Here's a tutorial for useBean: http://www.geocities.com/herong_yang/jsp/usebean.html ...
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