Category Archives: j2ee

How to handle XML received as part of a POST Request in Restlet?

I have used this in Restlet 2.0 only so far.. So thats a small disclaimer that I’m not sure how this will work out in the lower versions. Right, lets jump in and get our hands dirty. The requirement (so … Continue reading

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How to setup a Servlet based Restlet Webservice?

If you are starting out the first time with Restlet, then you’re at the right place for tips. First steps – Head to http://www.restlet.org and download the latest version of the library. I use Restlet 2.0 milestone 6. Milestone releases … Continue reading

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What are JavaBeans?

They are simply Java classes that follow certain design conventions, and can be easily reused and composed together into an application. The design conventions which make a Java class a JavaBean are:-1. JavaBeans have internal properties. These properties must be … Continue reading

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JSP, Servlet – Two very different things

People who are in the process of getting familiar with programming for the web using Java would have come across these two terms: JSP and servlet. And I have seen my peers getting quite perplexed with what the two meant … Continue reading

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