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Chapter 11 Examples from Java Servlet Programming

  • 11-1: Checking out the currently loaded servlets
  • 11-2: Saving the state of the currently loaded servlets
  • 11-4: One servlet, ChatPage, reusing another servlet, ChatServlet

Examples from other chapters:


Example 11.1: Checking out the currently loaded servlets
This servlet displays information about the currently loaded servlets.
    • Try it (disabled, no longer supported on API 2.2)
    • Source

Example 11.2: Saving the state of the currently loaded servlets
This servlet loops through the currently loaded servlets and calls each servlet's saveState() method, if it exists. This servlet could be run periodically to guard against data loss in the event of a server crash.
    • Try it (disabled, no longer supported on API 2.2)
    • Source

Example 11.4: One servlet, ChatPage, reusing another servlet, ChatServlet
This servlet is an HTML-based chat servlet build around the abilities of last chapter's ChatServlet, demonstrating servlet reuse.
    • Try it (disabled, no longer supported on API 2.2)
    • Source

 


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