Aimed at helping Java developers, Servlet/JSP developers, and J2EE developers pass the Sun Certified Web Component Developer Exam (SCWCD 310-081), this study guide covers all aspects of the Servlet and JSP technology that Sun has determined necessary. This new edition adds aspects of servlet/JSP development, such as the Expression language, and updated materials of servlets with a particular focus on using filters to make request processing more efficient. Covering the reliance on the JSP Standard Template Library (JSTL) and its core, this guide allows JSP developers will be able to simplify their development process and remove Java-based scriptlets and expressions from their code. All applications in this book are designed to run on Apache's latest development server, Tomcat 5.0, and instructions on how to install this new edition and execute servlets and JSPs are included.
Hanumant Deshmukh is a senior technical architect at Planet Pro, Inc., where he designs distributed applications for Planet Pro clients. He develops Java certification software for his company Enthuware.com and manages JDiscuss.com, a site for Java certification aspirants. He lives in Iselin, New Jersey. Jignesh Malavia is a senior technical architect at SourceCode, Inc., where he designs and develops distributed applications for SourceCode, Inc. clients. He is also actively involved with the projects at Enthuware.com and its affiliated site, JDiscuss.com. He lives in Ardsley, New York. Matthew Scarpino uses Eclipse to build editing software for reconfigurable computing and has submitted code for Eclipse's graphical library. He is the author of ""SWT/JFace in Action,"" He lives in Fort Worth, Texas.
Matthew Scarpino is a software consultant with over twelve years of experience in engineering and software development, and has developed high-performance applications using digital signal processors, field programmable gate arrays, and the Cell Broadband Engine. He's the author of Programming the Cell Processor: For Games, Graphics, and Numerical Computation.