Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a simple event calendar in the Struts Framework using DHTMLX JavaPlanner. You'll learn how to perform initialization of the web control, populate your event calendar with data from the database and define logic for data loading and saving. Code snippets and a ready Struts calendar demo package are provided.
Apache TomEE provides you with the best technology stack that can be deployed to a simple Java EE container. It’s lightweight and at the same time is a full-blown application server, which remains simple and avoids architecture overhead. In the following tutorial you’ll learn the basics of web application development with the help of the Apache Struts framework, which is an absolutely free open-source solution for creating Java web apps.
Learn how to use actions in Struts2: - Sample action, - Actions extends ActionSupport, - Multiple actions.
When we are developing web applications we might come up with the case where the users must login to the application and let users access some pages according to their role (admin,registered user,guest etc).In this tutorial we will work on authorizing and authenticating users using Hibernate and Servlets/JSP.
This tutorial with a live demo is a booking calendar example of how table reservation for cafes and restaurants can be implemented in pure Java. Learn how to create an easy-to-use table booking system in Spring MVC using DHTMLX JavaPlanner web control. Code snippets, screenshots and a ready sample to download are provided.
A tutorial on what is and how servletContextListeners can be used.
Used to enrich the editors in Eclipse with adding new features like showing hints about the closing brackets and highliting the matched brackets
Facing error while updating ADT 23 in Eclipse Android bundle
In general operating system's environment variables are key value pairs accessible from all install software programs and can affect the excecution of processes and programs and in this tutorial we will see how to access and set the value of environment variables.
In this article we will address how to protect an application running on a Tomcat server in Jelastic. We recommend two possible solutions on how to restrict access to your app by requesting the user authentication or just denying the access for specified IP addresses. You can choose one of them or use both methods together.
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