JSP in Java

JSP in Java

JSP stands for Java Server Pages, which is a Java-based technology developed by SUN Microsystems to simplify the development of dynamic Web pages. JSP pages provide a means of separating the presentation logic from the… 

TCP vs UDP

TCP vs UDP

Before the creation of networking applications, we must first understand some basic concepts of networking. TCP and UDP are some of the important concepts of networking. Let’s take a brief look at that. TCP TCP… 

Configure Filters

Configure Filters

The web.xml file is used to configure filters to resources, such as a servlet, JSP page, or Web application. This configuration helps to process the request and response objects. With the introduction of annotations in… 

life cycle of servlet

Servlet Life Cycle

The primary reason why servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) outperform traditional CGI is the servlet life cycle. Servlets have a three-phase life cycle, namely initialization, service, and destruction. initialization and destruction are called only once… 

Hibernate in java

Hibernate in java

Hibernate is an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) framework that is used to map an object-oriented domain model to a relational database. Initially, the developers used Structured Query Language (SQL) to query and retrieve data from a… 

acid properties in dbms

ACID Properties in DBMS

The DBMS manages the databases over multiple environments where numerous users are working. There may be chances of data loss over multiple environments and users. Therefore, to overcome such problems, the DBMS provides a mechanism… 

JSF Architecture in java

JSF Architecture in Java

Exploration of JSF Architecture Similar to most of the popular Web application frameworks, JSF(JavaServer Faces) implements MVC design pattern. The implementation of the MVC design pattern helps to design different components separately and each of…