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How to use regular Java classes with JSPs

October 24, 2003 Joel Murach

In this topic, you’ll learn how to use regular Java classes to do the processing that a JSP requires. In particular, you’ll learn how to use two classes named User and UserIO to do the processing for the JSP of the Email List application. […]

Build a Servlet-based Application That Executes SQL Statements Against a Database

October 23, 2003 Joel Murach

This tutorial shows how to use a Java servlet, a JavaServer Page (JSP), and a static Java class to create an application that can be used to interactively execute any standard SQL statement against a database that’s running on a server. You can use an application like this one to work with a database as you’re developing an application. In this article, this application will be referred to as the SQL Gateway application. […]

Create FTP and Web IIS Virtual Directory Using C#

October 21, 2003 Dipal Choksi

In this example we will create a Windows Form Project that will create new FTP and Web IIS Virtual Directories from code based on the name and path specified by the user. You can create virtual directories on the local computer by specifying the server name as “localhost” or you can create the virtual directory on a remote computer by specifying the machine name. […]

The Making of an RSS Feed

October 21, 2003 Sharon Housley

Everyday more and more websites, news services and blogs are adding RSS content. RSS is a method of syndicating content.The concept of aggregating content in one central location or repository is very appealing. Consumers have become tired of push technology, RSS allows users the flexibility to regain control of their content. RSS feed creators provide content without forcing it on consumers. In fact with RSS consumers are able to choose the content they wish to view. […]

How to use C# Constructors

October 9, 2003 Vishnu Prasad

Why Constructors?

Initialization of values of different variables is critical in any application development. C# does initialize simple data-types to default values as per the language specification in the .Net framework, but for classes that are user specific, it is obvious that you would be the only one who can decide what is an ideal default value. The means of achieving this is Constructors. There is also a perception that constructors can only be used beyond initialization, which is true to some extent. We will examine them in the following sections. […]

Simple Barcoding in C#

September 19, 2003 James Divine

This article provides a simple way to produce Code 3 of 9 Barcodes through C#. While there are many third-party controls that offer this functionality, it is just as simple to integrate your barcodes using readily available barcode TrueType fonts. […]

More Ideas for Implementing MSF

September 15, 2003 Paul Glen

The Microsoft Solutions Framework is a comprehensive collection of best practices derived from over 20 years of software development and deployment experience at Microsoft. Taken together, it supplies answers to three categories of questions: […]

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