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Container-managed security for Java web applications

September 17, 2013 in Java Web

Web applications often need to provide security on application access (authentication) and on page access control rules (authorization). It can take a lot of time to implement these requirements from scratch to produce a secure application, but thanks to the Java Servlet specification, such common security requirements can be handled at the container level. This article explains how to apply container-managed security in Apache Tomcat in a Java web application for authentication and authorization:
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Java Web Development Introductory Course For Beginners Slides

February 24, 2012 in Java Web, Tag Libraries

I had written a set of slides to be an introduction for guys who wish to start writing web applications with Java.

These slides cover the following topics in a simple way:

1. The Servlet Model.

2. Web Applications Structure.

3. The Web container Model.

4. JSP.

5. JSP Standard Actions, EL.

6. JSTL.

7. Classic Tag Libraries.

You will find samples for each lesson in the zip file. I wish you will learn from this course.

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