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CONTENTS SL No 1 Program Title a) Write a JAVA Program to demonstrate Constructor Overloading and Method overloading. b) Write a JAVA Program to implement Inner class and demonstrate its Access Protections. a) Write a JAVA Program to implement Inheritance. b) Write a JAVA Program to implement Exception Handling (Using Nested try catch and finally). a) Write a JAVA Program to create an Interface and implement it in a class. b) Write a JAVA Program to create a class (extending Thread) and use methods Thread class to change name, priority, ---- of the current Thread and display the same. a) Write a JAVA Program to create a Scrolling Text using JAVA Applets. b) Write a JAVA Program to pass parameters to Applets and display the same. Write a JAVA Program to insert data into Student DATA BASE and retrieve info base on particular queries(Using JDBC Design Front end using Swings). Write a JAVA Program to implement Client Server (Client requests a file, Server responds to client with contents of that file which is then display on the screen by Client Socket Programming). Write a JAVA Program to implement a simple Client Server Application using RMI. Write a JAVA Servlet Program to implement a dynamic HTML using Servlet (user name and password should be accepted using HTML and displayed using a Servlet). Write a JAVA Servlet Program to Download a file and display it on the screen (A link has to be provided in HTML, when the link is clicked corresponding file has to be displayed on Screen) a) Write a JAVA Servlet Program to implement RequestDispatcher object (use include() and forward() methods). b) Write a JAVA Servlet Program to implement and demonstrate get() and Post methods(Using HTTP Servlet Class). Write a JAVA Servlet Program to implement sendRedirect() method(using HTTP Servlet Class). Write a JAVA Servlet Program to implement sessions (Using HTTP Session Interface). BMSIT 1 Page No.

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a) Write a JAVA JSP Program to print 10 even and 10 odd number. b) Write a JAVA JSP Program to implement verification of a particular user login and display a welcome page. Write a JAVA JSP Program to get student information through a HTML and create a JAVA Bean Class, populate Bean and display the same information through another JSP.

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OVERVIEW OF JAVA AND J2EE Java is a open source technology developed by Sun Microsystems. It is pure object oriented language incorporating object oriented features. Java is a programming language As a programming language, Java can create all kinds of applications that could create using any conventional programming language. Java is a development environment As a development environment, Java technology provides you with a large suite of tools: a compiler, an interpreter, a documentation generator, a class file packaging tool,and so on. Java is an application environment Java technology applications are typically general-purpose programs that run on any machine where the Java runtime environment (JRE) is installed. The Java Virtual Machine is a system that loads, verifies and executes java bytecodes . The java virtual machine is an imaginary machine that is implemented by emulating software on a real machine. The JVM provides the hardware platform specifications to which you compile all Java technology code. This specification enables the Java software to be platform-independent because the compilation is done for a generic machine known as the JVM. A bytecode is a special machine language that can be understood by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The bytecode is independent of any particular computer hardware, so any computer with a Java interpreter can execute the compiled Java program, no matter what type of computer the program was compiled on Generally, the java developer writes the java program and stores the program in a .java file. The java compiler translates this java program file into a .class file consisting of bytecodes. The bytecodes comprise the instruction set for the java virtual machine.The format of the bytecode is as follows: <opcode><parameters> The length of the opcode is one byte long(hence name bytecode).At present Java Virtual machine has about 220 bytecode instructions. The java virtual machine modules are usually written n C,C++ or in Assembly language for an operating system. Some Features of Java 1) The Java Virtual Machine The Java Virtual Machine is an imaginary machine that is implemented by emulating software on a real machine. The JVM provides the hardware platform specifications to which you compile all Java technology code. This specification enables the Java software

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to be platform-independent because the compilation is done for a generic machine known as the JVM. 2) A bytecode is a special machine language that can be understood by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The bytecode is independent of any particular computer hardware, so any computer with a Java interpreter can execute the compiled Java program, no matter what type of computer the program was compiled on. 3) Java is portable : provides same API functions or library system calls on each system , making platform independent 4)Garbage Collection Many programming languages allows a programmer to allocate memory during runtime. However, after using that allocated memory, there should be a way to deallocate that memory block in order for other programs to use it again. In C, C++ and other languages the programmer is responsible for this. This can be difficult at times since there can be instances wherein the programmers forget to deallocate memory and therefore result to what we call memory leaks. In Java, the programmer is freed from the burden of having to deallocate that memory themselves by having what we call the garbage collection thread. The garbage collection thread is responsible for freeing any memory that can be freed. This happens automatically during the lifetime of the Java program. Code security is attained in Java through the implementation of its Java Runtime Environment (JRE). The JRE runs code compiled for a JVM and performs class loading (through the class loader), code verification (through the bytecode verifier) and finally code execution. Phases of a Java Program The following figure describes the process of compiling and executing a Java program. The first step in creating a Java program is by writing your programs in a text editor. Examples of text editors you can use are notepad, vi, emacs, etc. This file is stored in a disk file with the extension .java. After creating and saving your Java program, compile the program by using the Java Compiler. The output of this process is a file of Java bytecodes with the file extension .class. The .class file is then interpreted by the Java interpreter that converts the bytecodes into the machine language of the particular computer Task Tool to use Output Write the program Any text editor File with .java extension Compile the program Java Compiler File with .class extension (Java bytecodes)Run the program Java Interpreter Program Output

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Requirement for writing Java Programs Editors : Eclipse, Notepad, JBuilder, NetBeans Java Development Kit ver 1.4 and above Java Runtime Environment Java has following topics Java helps to create standalone application by using the following topics 1: AWT Abstract Window Toolkit : It helps to create Graphical User Interface by using built in packages and classes .It contains following packages a) Java.awt.* b) Java.event.*; By using the above packages, and GUI components like textarea, button , Textfield , graphics can be drawn. 2: Threads It helps to create multithreaded applications 3: Applets A java applet is a small program embedded in web page and it will be run when that page is browsed in web browser. To draw applet, applet package must be imported 4: Swings It contains advanced GUI components like progress basr, advanced layouts , border shapes, blinks etc. It contains Javax.swing package. 5: JDBC Java Database Connectivity It helps to create database application by making use of SQL package .Particular database driver must be installed in the system 6: Socket Programming It helps to create distributed application by implementing networking Concepts. It used java.net package 7: RMI Remote Method Invocation It is used for inter-process communication between java virtual machines. It is used to invoke the methods of an object existing in separate computer, it is alternative for socket programming

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JAVA & J2EE Laboratory J2EE has following topics J2EE helps to create web application by using following topics 1: DHTML- Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language It helps to create Interface for web application by using built in tags 2: XML-Extensible Markup LANGUAGE

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3: Java script It helps to validate client information before sending the information to the server for processing 4: SERVLETS It is a server side programming language. Here html programs are embedded in java program , server is required to run the servlet. . 5: JSP Java Server Pages- This technology helps to create server side application. Any server is required to run JSP.Tools required to run JSP are jsdk, tomcat server. and configuring the server is also required.

Servlet 1 A servlet is a mini server side program which is loaded by web server and executed in the web browser 2 A servlet accesses request from the client, performs some task and return the result to the client 3 servlet is preferred than other server sided programs because of a) less start up cost b)continuous connection between server and client c)platform independent 4 All servlet programs is a java program and html tags are embedded in it 5 Servlet is of 2 types Generic servlet and http servlet a) Http servlet runs only on http protocol b) Generic Servlet runs on any protocol 6) Webserver like tomcat server is required to run servlet Servlet program is a java program which is saved as .java file and it is compiled After compiling . class file has to be copied to C:\Tomcat\webapps\examples\WEBINF\classes. Care has to be taken that tomcat server is running. Next open the Browser give the path like http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/servletname

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The package used in javax.servlet and it contains 4 interfaces and 3 classes Interfaces are ServletRequest, ServletResponse, SevletContext, ServletStub SRQ-It gets the input stream from the client,collects the header information, extracts the path and query information from the user SRP- It is used for getting outputstream directed at the client, used to send information about error, status to the client SC-It allows you to find out the information about the the environment in which client is running like coding format, language, connection, session id,date,content lengthetc Classes are Servlet, ServletInputStream, ServletOutputStream

JSP JSP stands for Java Server Pages. It is a server sided programming language in which java codes are embedded in HTML tags . JSP is a advanced form of servlet where java classes are created auomatically whenever jsp pages are executed on web server All java pages are saved with an extension of .jsp Any web server like tomcat is required to run any server sided pages . There are5 types of JSP tags 1) Comment tag This tag is used for commenting the statements <%-This is a comment --%> 2) Declaration tag This tag is used for declaring java declaration statements that define variables, objects and methods <%! Declarations %>

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3) Directive tag This commands the JSP virtual engine to perform a specific task such as importing java package required by the object and methods used in the declaration statement There are 3 commonly used directive tags a) Import : used to import java packages <%@ page import = java.sql.* ; %> b) Include : used to insert a specific file in to the JSP program <%@ include file =abc\temlate.html %> c) taglib : It specifies the file that contains the tag library <%@ taglib =abc.tld %> 4) Expression tag This tag is used to evaluate the java expressions whose result replaces the expression when jsp virtual engine resolves jsp tags <%! Datatype variable name %> 5) Scriptlet tag This contains commonly used java control statements and loops <% control statements or loops %> All jsp pages should be executed on web server with some port number JSP pages should be saved in web apps folder of tomcat server Path should be as : http://localhost:portnumber/examples/jsp/filename.jsp

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PATH SET FOR WEB APPLICATION

Remote Method Invocation Concept It is used for inter-process communication for between java virtual machines It is used to invoke the methods of an object existing on a separate computer It also supports to create java objects It also supports passing of objects either by reference or by copying rather than transfer of control to different computer It is alternative for socket programming Features Objects calling the methods must use remote interface Methods are called as remote methods and remote methods are defined by remote interfaces Object that uses a remote interface is called server Object that calls remote methods is called client Remote object => object associated with methods that can be called form other computer Remote Interface => interface that defines remote methods for remote object

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Diagram

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Package Remote interface uses/extends builtin interface called java.rmi.Remote There is no method declarations in java.rmi.Remote This interface is used to identify remote objects Methods declared in Remote interface must have java,rmi.RemoteException Remote objects must implement remote interface Remote object registry is a mechanism by which client can get reference of remote object Execution Path Client Program Server Program Interface Program Compile client program Compile Interface program Type rmic remote interface name Type start rmi registry Run server program Run client program

1) It is a way for inter-process communication between java virtual machines 2) It invokes the methods of an object existing on separate computer

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3) Objects that want their methods to be called remotely must use remote interface which defines remote methods 4) Remote object is an object associated with the methods that can be called from java virtual machine , Remote Interface is an interface that declares the remote methods for a remote object. Remote objects must implement the remote interface directly or indirectly 5) The object that uses remote interface is called a server and the object that call remote method is called client 6) Server and client cannot directly communicate hence proxies called stub and Skelton is used, they are class files which acts like a proxy for client and server respectively and they are responsible for marshalling at client side and demarshalling at server side Packages used are java .rmi package , java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject , java.rmi.Naming Any client server application using RMI must have following 4 programs 1) Client program 2) Server program 3) Interface program 4) Implementation program The Basic Process IN WEB APPLICATION Let's say that you are sitting at your computer, surfing the Web, and you get a call from a friend who says, "I just read a great article! Type in this URL and check it out. It's at http://www.howstuffworks.com/web-server.htm." So you type that URL into your browser and press return. And magically, no matter where in the world that URL lives, the page pops up on your screen. At the most basic level possible, the following diagram shows the steps that brought that page to your screen:

Your browser formed a connection to a Web server, requested a page and received it.

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If you want to get into a bit more detail on the process of getting a Web page onto your computer screen, here are the basic steps that occurred behind the scenes: The browser broke the URL into three parts: The protocol ("http") The server name ("www.xyz.com") The file name ("web-server.htm") The browser communicated with a name server to translate the server name "www.howstuffworks.com" into an IP Address, which it uses to connect to the server machine. The browser then formed a connection to the server at that IP address on port 80. (We'll discuss ports later in this article.) Following the HTTP protocol, the browser sent a GET request to the server, asking for the file "http://www.howstuffworks.com/webserver.htm." (Note that cookies may be sent from browser to server with the GET request -- see How Internet Cookies Work for details.) The server then sent the HTML text for the Web page to the browser. (Cookies may also be sent from server to browser in the header for the page.) The browser read the HTML tags and formatted the page onto your screen. So what is "the Internet"? The Internet is a gigantic collection of millions of computers, all linked together on a computer network. The network allows all of the computers to communicate with one another. A home computer may be linked to the Internet using a phone-line modem, DSL or cable modem that talks to an Internet service provider (ISP). A computer in a business or university will usually have a network interface card (NIC) that directly connects it to a local area network (LAN) inside the business. The business can then connect its LAN to an ISP using a high-speed phone line like a T1 line. A T1 line can handle approximately 1.5 million bits per second, while a normal phone line using a modem can typically handle 30,000 to 50,000 bits per second. ISPs then connect to larger ISPs, and the largest ISPs maintain fiber-optic "backbones" for an entire nation or region. Backbones around the world are connected through fiber-optic lines, undersea cablessatellite. In this way, every computer on the Internet is connected to every other computer on the Internet.

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Clients and Servers In general, all of the machines on the Internet can be categorized as two types: servers and clients. Those machines that provide services (like Web servers or FTP servers) to other machines are servers. And the machines that are used to connect to those services are clients. When you connect to Yahoo! at www.yahoo.com to read a page, Yahoo! is providing a machine (probably a cluster of very large machines), for use on the Internet, to service your request. Yahoo! is providing a server. Your machine, on the other hand, is probably providing no services to anyone else on the Internet. Therefore, it is a user machine, also known as a client. It is possible and common for a machine to be both a server and a client, but for our purposes here you can think of most machines as one or the other. A server machine may provide one or more services on the Internet. For example, a server machine might have software running on it that allows it to act as a Web server, an e-mail server and an FTP server. Clients that come to a server machine do so with a specific intent, so clients direct their requests to a specific software server running on the overall server machine. For example, if you are running a Web browser on your machine, it will most likely want to talk to the Web server on the server machine. Your Telnet application will want to talk to the Telnet server, your e-mail application will talk to the e-mail server, and so on..

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IP Addresses To keep all of these machines straight, each machine on the Internet is assigned a unique address called an IP address. IP stands for Internet protocol, and these addresses are 32-bit numbers, normally expressed as four "octets" in a "dotted decimal number." A typical IP address looks like this: 216.27.61.137 The four numbers in an IP address are called octets because they can have values between 0 and 255, which is 28 possibilities per octet. Every machine on the Internet has a unique IP address. A server has a static IP address that does not change very often. A home machine that is dialing up through a modem often has an IP address that is assigned by the ISP when the machine dials in. That IP address is unique for that session -- it may be different the next time the machine dials in. This way, an ISP only needs one IP address for each modem it supports, rather than for each customer. If you are working on a Windows machine, you can view a lot of the Internet information for your machine, including your current IP address and hostname, with the command WINIPCFG.EXE (IPCONFIG.EXE for Windows 2000/XP). On a UNIX machine, type nslookup at the command prompt, along with a machine name, l- to display the IP address of the machine, and you can use the command hostname to learn the name of your machine. (For more information on IP addresses, As far as the Internet's machines are concerned, an IP address is all you need to talk to a server. For example, in your browser, you can type the URL http://209.116.69.66 and arrive at the machine that contains the Web serve rxyz. On some servers, the IP address alone is not sufficient, but on most large servers it is -- keep reading for details Domain Names The name www.howstuffworks.com actually has three parts: The host name ("www") The domain name ("xyz") The top-level domain name ("com") Domain names within the ".com" domain are managed by the registrar called VeriSign. VeriSign also manages ".net" domain names. Other registrars (like RegistryPro, NeuLevel and Public Interest Registry) manage the other domains (like .pro, .biz and .org). VeriSign creates the top-level domain names and guarantees that all names within a top-level domain are unique. VeriSign also maintains contact information for each site and runs the "whois" database. The host name is created by the company hosting the domain. "www" is a very common host name, but many places now either omit it or replace it with a different host name that indicates a specific area of the site. For example, in encarta.msn.com, the domain name for Microsoft's Encarta encyclopedia, "encarta" is designated as the host name instead of "www."

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Name Servers A set of servers called domain name servers (DNS) maps the human-readable names to the IP addresses. These servers are simple databases that map names to IP addresses, and they are distributed all over the Internet. Most individual companies, ISPs and universities maintain small name servers to map host names to IP addresses. There are also central name servers that use data supplied by VeriSign to map domain names to IP addresses. If you type the URL "http://www.howstuffworks.com/web-server.htm" into your browser, your browser extracts the name "www.howstuffworks.com," passes it to a domain name server, and the domain name server returns the correct IP address for www.howstuffworks.com. A number of name servers may be involved to get the right IP address. For example, in the case of www.howstuffworks.com, the name server for the "com" top-level domain will know the IP address for the name server that knows host names, and a separate query to that name server, operated by the HowStuffWorks ISP, may deliver the actual IP address for the HowStuffWorks server machine. On a UNIX machine, you can access the same service using the nslookup command. Simply type a name like "www.howstuffworks.com" into the command line, and the command will query the name servers and deliver the corresponding IP address to you. So here it is: The Internet is made up of millions of machines, each with a unique IP address. Many of these machines are server machines, meaning that they provide services to other machines on the Internet. You have heard of many of these servers: e-mail servers, Web servers, FTP servers, Gopher servers and Telnet servers, to name a few. All of these are provided by server machines. Ports Any server machine makes its services available to the Internet using numbered ports, one for each service that is available on the server. For example, if a server machine is running a Web server and an FTP server, the Web server would typically be available on port 80, and the FTP server would be available on port 21. Clients connect to a service at a specific IP address and on a specific port. Each of the most well-known services is available at a well-known port number. Here are some common port numbers:

echo 7 daytime 13 qotd 17 (Quote of the Day) ftp 21 telnet 23 smtp 25 (Simple Mail Transfer, meaning e-mail)

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time 37 nameserver 53 nicname 43 (Who Is) gopher 70 finger 79 WWW 80 If the server machine accepts connections on a port from the outside world, and if a firewall is not protecting the port, you can connect to the port from anywhere on the Internet and use the service. Note that there is nothing that forces, for example, a Web server to be on port 80. If you were to set up your own machine and load Web server software on it, you could put the Web server on port 918, or any other unused port, if you wanted to. Then, if your machine were known as xxx.yyy.com, someone on the Internet could connect to your server with the URL http://xxx.yyy.com:918. The ":918" explicitly specifies the port number, and would have to be included for someone to reach your server. When no port is specified, the browser simply assumes that the server is using the well-known port 80. The browser breaks the URL into three parts: The protocol ("http") The server name ("www.howstuffworks.com") The file name ("web-server.htm") The browser communicates with a name server to translate the server name, "www.howstuffworks.com," into an IP address, which it uses to connect to that server machine. The browser then forms a connection to the Web server at that IP address on port 80. Following the HTTP protocol, the browser sends a GET request to the server, asking for the file "http://www.howstuffworks.com/webserver.htm." (Note that cookies may be sent from browser to server with the GET request -- see How Internet Cookies Work for details.) The server sends the HTML text for the Web page to the browser. (Cookies may also be sent from server to browser in the header for the page.) The browser reads the HTML tags and formats the page onto your screen.

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PROG1A PROGRAM TO DEMOSTRATE CONSTRUCTOR OVERLOADING class rectangle { double length; double breadth; rectangle() { length=10.5; breadth=5.5; } rectangle(double l,double b) { length=l; breadth=b; } double result() { return(length*breadth); } } class overload { public static void main(String args[]) { rectangle r1=new rectangle(); rectangle r2=new rectangle(10.5,5.5); double vol=r1.result(); System.out.println("area of rectangle1=" +vol); vol=r2.result(); System.out.println("area of rectangle2=" +vol); } }

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OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac overload.java C:\LJAVA>java overload area of rectangle1=57.75 area of rectangle2=57.75

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PROG1A: PROGRAM TO DEMONSTRATE METHOD OVERLOADING class demo { void test() { System.out.println("no parameters"); } void test(int a,int b) { System.out.println("a="+ a +"\t" +"b="+b); } void test(int a,float f) { System.out.println("a="+ a +"\t" +"f="+f); } double test (double d) { System.out.println("d="+d); return d; } } class prog1a { public static void main(String args[]) { demo d=new demo(); d.test(); d.test(10,20); d.test(10,3.14f); double d2=d.test(3.56); } }

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OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac prog1a.java C:\LJAVA>java prog1a No parameters a=10 b=20 a=10 f=3.14 d=3.56

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PROG1B: PROGRAM TO DEMONSTRATE INNER CLASS AND ACCESS PROTECTIONS class parcel { class contents { private int i=10; private int value() { return i; } } class destination { private String label; destination(String whereto) { label=whereto; } String readlabel() { return label; } } public void ship(String dest) { contents c=new contents(); System.out.println("shipped" +" " + c.value() +" " + "items to" + " " + dest); } public static void main(String args[]) { parcel p=new parcel(); p.ship("mysore"); p.ship("blore"); } }

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OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac parcel.java C:\LJAVA>java parcel shipped 10 items to mysore shipped 10 items to blore

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PROG2A: PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT INHERITANCE class father { String name; int age; void display() { System.out.println("name=" +name); System.out.println("age="+age); } } class son extends father { int usn; void show() { System.out.println("usn=" +usn); } } class inherit { public static void main(String args[]) { father f=new father(); f.name="datta"; f.age=45; son s =new son(); s.name="chethan"; s.age=17; s.usn=12; System.out.println(" "); f.display(); System.out.println(" "); s.display(); s.show(); } }

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OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac inherit.java C:\LJAVA>java inherit name=datta age=45 name=chethan age=17 usn=12

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PROG2B: PROGRAM TO DEMONSTRATE EXCEPTION HANDLING class expdemo { public static void main(String args[]) { try { int a=args.length; int b=42/a; System.out.println("a="+a); try { if(a==1) a=a/(a-a); if(a==2) { int c[]={1}; c[43]=99; } } catch(Exception e) { System.out.println("error="+e); } } catch(Exception g) { System.out.println(g); } finally { System.out.println("the statement executes"); } } }

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OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac expdemo.java C:\LJAVA>java expdemo java.lang.ArithmeticException: / by zero The statement executes

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PROG3A: PROGRAM TO CREATE INTERFACE AND IMPLEMENT CLASS interface Area { final float pi=3.14f; float compute(float x,float y); } class rectangle implements Area { public float compute(float x,float y) { return(x*y); } } class circle implements Area { public float compute(float x,float y) { return(pi*x*x); } } class inter { public static void main(String args[]) { rectangle rect=new rectangle(); circle cir=new circle(); System.out.println("area of rectangle=" +rect.compute(10,20)); System.out.println("area of circle=" +cir.compute(10,0)); } } OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac inter.java C:\LJAVA>java inter area of rectangle=200.0 area of circle=314.0

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PROG3B: PROGRAM TO CREATE CLASS FOR EXTENDING THREADS class Mythread extends Thread { Mythread(String ss) { super(ss); start(); } public void run() { try{ for(int i=5;i>0;i--) { System.out.println(getName()+" : "+i); Thread.sleep(1000); }} catch(InterruptedException e){System.out.println(this.getName()+" interrupted");} System.out.println(this.getName()+" exiting"); } } class ExtendThread { public static void main(String ab[]) { Thread ob1 = new Mythread("First"); Thread ob2 = new Mythread("Second"); Thread ob3 = new Mythread("Third"); System.out.println("First thread is alive : "+ob1.isAlive()); System.out.println("Second thread is alive : "+ob2.isAlive()); System.out.println("Third thread is alive : "+ob3.isAlive()); System.out.println("No.of Threads alive "+ob1.activeCount()); System.out.println("Priority of First thread "+ob1.getPriority()); System.out.println("Priority of Second thread "+ob2.getPriority()); System.out.println("Priority of Third thread "+ob3.getPriority()); ob1.setPriority(1); ob2.setPriority(3); ob3.setPriority(9); try

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} catch(InterruptedException e) { System.out.println("Main thread interrupted"); } System.out.println("First thread is alive : "+ob1.isAlive()); System.out.println("Second thread is alive : "+ob2.isAlive()); System.out.println("No.of Threads alive "+ob3.activeCount()); System.out.println("Third thread is alive : "+ob3.isAlive()); System.out.println("New Priority of First thread "+ob1.getPriority()); System.out.println("New Priority of Second thread "+ob2.getPriority()); System.out.println("New Priority of Third thread "+ob3.getPriority()); } } OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac ExtendThread.java C:\LJAVA>java ExtendThread First thread is alive : true First : 5 Second : 5 Third : 5 Second thread is alive : true Third thread is alive : true No.of Threads alive 5 Priority of First thread 5 Priority of Second thread 5 Priority of Third thread 5 Third : 4 Second : 4 First : 4 Third : 3 Second : 3 First : 3 Third : 2 Second : 2 First : 2 Third : 1 Second : 1 First : 1

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PROG4A: PROGRAM TO CREATE SCROLLING TEXT USING APPLETS import java.awt.*; import java.applet.*; import java.lang.Thread.*; public class scroll extends Applet implements Runnable { Thread t=null; String msg="good morning"; public void init() { t=new Thread(this); t.start(); } public void run() { try { char ch; for(;;) { repaint(); t.sleep(100); ch=msg.charAt(0); msg=msg.substring(1,msg.length()); msg=msg+ch; } } catch(InterruptedException e) { System.out.println("error"); } } public void paint(Graphics g) {

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PROG4B: PROGRAM TO PASS PARAMETERS TO APPLETS AND DISPLAY import java.awt.*; import java.applet.*; /*<applet code="pardemo.class" width=100 height=100> <param name="message" value="goodmorning"> </applet>*/ public class pardemo extends Applet { String msg; public void init() { msg=getParameter("message"); } public void paint(Graphics g) { g.drawString(msg,10,20); } } OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac pardemo.java C:\LJAVA>appletviewer pardemo.java

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Java Program to insert data into Student database and retrieve info based on particular queries (using JDBC, Design front end using Swings). demo5.java import java.awt.*; import java.awt.event.*; import javax.swing.*; import java.sql.*; import java.io.*; import java.util.*; import java.lang.*; public class test4 extends JFrame { private JButton b1,b2; private JLabel l1,l2; private JTextField t1,t2; public test4() { l1=new JLabel("Enter name"); t1=new JTextField(10); l2=new JLabel("Enter age"); t2=new JTextField(10); Container c=getContentPane(); c.setLayout(new FlowLayout()); c.add(l1); c.add(t1); c.add(l2); c.add(t2); b1=new JButton("add"); b2=new JButton("retrieve"); c.add(b1); c.add(b2); ButtonHandler handler=new ButtonHandler(); b1.addActionListener(handler); b2.addActionListener(handler); setSize(400,400); show(); } public static void main(String x[]) throws ClassNotFoundException { Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver"); test4 app=new test4(); app.addWindowListener(new WindowAdapter()

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ResultSet rs; cn=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:odbc:ds"); String creat = "insert into abc values(?,?)"; PreparedStatement ps = cn.prepareStatement(creat); ps.setString(1,t1.getText()); ps.setString(2,t2.getText()); ps.executeUpdate(); JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "RecordSaved"); ps.close(); cn.close(); } catch (SQLException t) { System.out.println(t); } } if(x.equals("retrieve")) { try { Connection cn; Statement st; ResultSet rs; cn=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:odbc:ds"); st=cn.createStatement(); rs=st.executeQuery("select * from abc"); while(rs.next())

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OUTPUT C:\>javac demo5.java C:\>java demo5

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PROG6: PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT CLIENT SERVERUSING SOCKET PROGRAMMING SERVER PROGAM import java.io.*; import java.net.*; public class server { public static void main(String args[])throws IOException { ServerSocket ss=null; Socket cs=null; InputStream is; String inputline=new String(); byte bt[]=new byte[20]; try { ss=new ServerSocket(90); System.out.println("server connected"); } catch(Exception e) { System.out.println("---------------------"); System.exit(1); } try { cs=ss.accept(); System.out.println("connected to------------------"+cs); is=cs.getInputStream(); is.read(bt); inputline=new String(bt); System.out.println(bt); System.out.println(inputline); } catch(Exception g)

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} catch(Exception e) {} BufferedReader stdin=new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in)); System.out.println("enter the filename"); String s=stdin.readLine(); os=cs.getOutputStream(); byte bt[]=s.getBytes(); os.write(bt); String userinput; while((userinput=in.readLine())!=null) System.out.println(userinput); in.close(); cs.close(); } } OUTPUT: C:\LJAVA>javac server.java C:\LJAVA>java server server connected connected to------------------Socket[addr=/192.168.1.3,port=1269,localport=90] [B@8d107f prog1a.java file send to client successfully

C:\LJAVA>java client client running is connected to........Socket[addr=bmsit-8eb8fe932/192.168.1.3,po rt=90,localport=1269] enter the filename prog1a.java class demo { void test() { System.out.println("no parameters"); } void test(int a,int b) { System.out.println("a="+ a +"\t" +"b="+b); }

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JAVA & J2EE Laboratory void test(int a,float f) { System.out.println("a="+ a +"\t" +"f="+f); } double test(double d) { System.out.println("d="+d); return d; } } class prog1a { public static void main(String args[]) { demo d=new demo(); d.test(); d.test(10,20); d.test(10,3.14f); double d2=d.test(3.56); } }

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PROG7: IMPLEMENT SIMPLE CLIENT SERVER USING RMI Interface import java.io.*; import java.rmi.*; public interface AddServerIntf extends Remote { public int add(int x, int y) throws RemoteException; } Implements import java.io.*; import java.rmi.*; import java.rmi.server.*; public class AddServerImpl extends UnicastRemoteObject implements AddServerIntf { public AddServerImpl() throws RemoteException{ } public int add(int x, int y) throws RemoteException { return x+y; } } Server import java.io.*; import java.rmi.*; public class AddServer { public static void main(String arg[]) {

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JAVA & J2EE Laboratory C:\>cd Lab7 C:\Lab7>javac *.java C:\Lab7>rmic AddServerImpl C:\Lab7>start rmiregistry C:\Lab7>java AddServer server is running....... Open another Command Prompt C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>cd\ C:\>cd Lab7 C:\Lab7>java AddClient 5 19 First no is 5 second no is 19 SUM= 24

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PROG8: JAVA SERVLET PROGRAM TO ACCEPT THE USERNAME AND PASSWORD FROM A DYNAMIC HTML Index.html <html> <head><title>demo8</title></head> <body bgcolor=orange> <form method="post" name="form1" action="http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/demo8"> <center><b><br><br> Enter User Name : <input type="text" name="uname" size="10"><br> Enter Password : <input type=password name="pname" size="10"><br><br> <input type=button value="Submit" onclick="validate()"> </center> <script type="text/javascript"> function validate() { if(document.form1.uname.value=="" || document.form1.pname.value=="") { alert("Fields cannot be blank"); return ; } document.form1.submit(); } </script> </form> </body> </html> demo8.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class demo8 extends HttpServlet {

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public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { response.setContentType("text/html"); PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); String str=request.getParameter("uname"); String str1=request.getParameter("pname"); out.println("<html>"); out.println("<body>"); out.println("User Name is "+str+"<br>"); out.println("Password is "+str1); out.println("</body>"); out.println("</html>"); } } Store the Index.html in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT And the demo8.class in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\examples\WEB-INF\classes Start Tomcat Open the Browser and give path as http://localhost:8080/8.html

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PROG9: JAVA SERVLET PROGRAM TO DOWNLOAD A FILE AND DISPLAY IT ON THE SCREEN filedown.html <html> <head><title>File Download</title> <script type="text/javascript"> function validate() { if(document.form1.f1.value=="") alert("First click on browse and select the file"); else document.form1.submit(); } </script> </head> <body bgcolor="lightblue"> <form name="form1" method="get" action="http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/filedown"> <p><center><br><br><h1>File Downloand Program</h1><br><br> <h3>Click on Browse and select the file</h3><br><br> <input type="file" name="f1" size="40" ><br><br> <input type=button value="Click to start downloading" onclick="validate()"> </center></p> </form> </body> </html> filedown.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class filedown extends HttpServlet

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{ public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException,IOException { response.setContentType("text/html"); PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); String fname = request.getParameter("f1"); File f = new File(fname); if(f.exists()) { out.println("<html>\n<head><title>Javaservlet</title></head>\n"+"<body>\n"+ <p><hr size='3' style='color:red'/><font size=5pt face=verdana color=blue>Download Completed<br>FileName:"); out.println(f.getName()); out.println("<hr size='2' style='color:green'>"); out.println("Contents of the File is:<br>"); out.println("<hr size='2' style='color:green'/><br>"); BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(f)); String buf=""; while((buf = in.readLine())!= null) { out.write(buf); out.flush(); out.println("<br>"); } in.close(); out.println("<hr size='3' style='color:red'></font></p></body>\n</html>"); } else out.println("<h1>File Doesnot Exists\n"); } } Store the filedown.html in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT And the filedown.class in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\examples\WEB-INF\classes Start Tomcat Open the Browser and give path as http://localhost:8080/filedown.html

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PROG10a: JAVA SERVLET PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT REQUEST DISPATCHER OBJECT (USE INCLUDE() AND FORWARD() METHODS)

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<html> <head><title>demo10a</title></head> <body bgcolor=lightblue> <form action=http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/demo10a method="post"> <p><center><br><br><h1>Request Dispatcher Implementation</h1><br><br> <input type="hidden" name="decider" value="forward"> <input type=submit value="forward"> </form> <form action=http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/demo10a method="post"> <center><br> <input type="hidden" name="decider" value="include"> <input type=submit value="include"> </form> </body> </html> demo10a.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class demo10a extends javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet implements javax.servlet.Servlet { public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { String decider=request.getParameter("decider"); RequestDispatcher rd=null; if("forward".equals(decider)) { rd=request.getRequestDispatcher("reg10a"); rd.forward(request,response); } else if("include".equals(decider)) { rd=request.getRequestDispatcher("reg10a"); rd.include(request,response); } PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); out.println("<br><center>Hai.... i am a demo10a to demonstrate request dispatcher"); } }

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reg10a.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class reg10a extends javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet implements javax.servlet.Servlet { public void doPost(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); out.println("<html>"); out.println("<body bgcolor=pink>"); out.println("<center><h2>Hai.... this is regservlet</center></h2>"); out.println("</body>"); out.println("</html>"); } } Store the 10.html in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT And the demo10a.class and reg10a.class in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\examples\WEB-INF\classes Start Tomcat Open the Browser and give path as http://localhost:8080/10a.html

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JAVA SERVLET PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SENDREDIRECT() METHOD. demo11.html <html> <head><title>demo11</title></head> <form action="http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/demo11"> <p><center><br><br><h1>Implementation of sendRedirect()</h1><br><br> <select name="typevalue"> <option>first</option> <option>second</option> </select> <input type=submit value=submit> </center> </form> </html> demo11.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class demo11 extends HttpServlet { public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { response.setContentType("text/html"); PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); String type=request.getParameter("typevalue"); if(type.equals("first")) out.println("<center><h2>Request send to the first page"); else response.sendRedirect("http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/second"); } }

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second.java import java.io.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class second extends HttpServlet { public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { response.setContentType("text/html"); PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); out.println("<center><h2>Request send to the second page"); } } Store the demo11.html in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT And the demo11.class and second.class in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\examples\WEB-INF\classes Start Tomcat Open the Browser and give path as http://localhost:8080/demo11.html

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PROG12: JAVA SERVLET PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SESSIONS. demo12.java import java.io.*; import java.util.*; import javax.servlet.*; import javax.servlet.http.*; public class demo12 extends HttpServlet { public void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,HttpServletResponse response)throws IOException,ServletException { response.setContentType("text/html"); PrintWriter out=response.getWriter(); HttpSession session=request.getSession(true); String id=session.getId(); out.println("<html>"); out.println("<body>"); out.println("session id="+id); out.println("<br>"); out.println("session="+session); out.println("<br>"); Integer ival=(Integer)session.getAttribute("sessiontest.counter"); if(ival==null) ival=new Integer(1); else ival=new Integer(ival.intValue()+1); session.setAttribute("sessiontest.counter",ival); out.println("you have visited the page "+ival+" times"); out.println("</body>"); out.println("</html>"); } }

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PROG13a: JAVA JSP PROGRAM TO PRINT 10 EVEN AND 10 ODD NUMBERS. Procedure Write a jsp program Copy the jsp program in root directory of tomcat server Start the tomcat server and then run the program 13a.jsp <html> <body bgcolor=orange> <%! int i,j,n; %> <% out.println("<br><h2>Even Numbers : <br>"); i=0;n=1; while(n<=10) { out.println(i+" "); i+=2; n++; } out.println("<br><br><h2>Odd Numbers : <br>"); j=1;n=1; while(n<=10) { out.println(j+" "); j+=2; n++; } %> </body> </html> Store the demo13a.jsp in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps\ROOT

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PROG13b: JAVA JSP PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT VERIFICATION OF A PARTICULAR USER LOGIN AND DISPLAY A WELCOME PAGE. 13b.html <html> <head><title>13b</title></head> <form action="http://localhost:8080/13b.jsp"> <p><center><br><br><h1>Verification of a particular User login</h1><br><br> User Name : <input type=text name="uname" size=10><br> password : <input type=password name="pwd" size=10><br><br> <input type=submit value=Submit> </form> </html> 13b.jsp <%! String username=null,password=null; %> <% username=request.getParameter("uname"); password=request.getParameter("pwd"); %> <% if(username.equals("Ritesh") && password.equals("12345")) { response.sendRedirect("http://localhost:8080/welcome.jsp"); } else out.println("<center><h2>Invalid username or password"); %> welcome.jsp <% out.println("<center><h2>Welcome Ritesh<br>");

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PROG14: JAVA JSP PROGRAM TO GET STUDENT INFORMATION THROUGH A HTML AND CREATE A JAVA BEAN CLASS, POPULATE BEAN AND DISPLAY THE SAME INFORMATION THROUGH ANOTHER JSP. Procedure Writa a html program , jsp program , servlet program Create a folder and copy all the programs in that folder Compile the servlet program and get the class file Create WEB-INF folder inside a folder and copy servlet program in WEB-INF folder Start the tomcat server and then run the program StudInfo.html <html> <head><title>Student Information</title></head> <body bgcolor=orange> <form action ="first.jsp" method = "post"> <center><h1>Student Information</h1> <h3> Enter the USN : <input type = "text" name = "usn"/><br> Student Name : <input type = "text" name = "sname"/><br> Total Marks : <input type = "text" name = "smarks"/><br> <input type ="submit" value ="DISPLAY" /></h3> </center> </form> </body> </html> first.jsp <html> <body> <jsp:useBean id="stud" scope="request" class="beans.Student"/> <jsp:setProperty name="stud" property="*"/> <jsp:forward page="display.jsp"/> </body> </html> display.jsp

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<html> <body bgcolor="pink"> <jsp:useBean id="stud" scope="request" class="beans.Student"/> <h2>Entered Student Information</h2><br><br><h3> Student Name : <jsp:getProperty name="stud" property="sname"/><br> USN : <jsp:getProperty name="stud" property="usn"/><br> Total Marks : <%out.print(stud.getsmarks());%></h3> </body></html> Student.java package beans; public class Student { public String sname; public String usn; public int smarks; public void setsname(String e) { sname = e; } public String getsname() { return sname; } public void setusn(String en) { usn=en; } public String getusn() { return usn; } public void setsmarks(int m) { smarks = m; } public int getsmarks() { return smarks; } }

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JAVA & J2EE Laboratory Create a folder as LAB14 in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Tomcat 4.1\webapps Store StudInfo.html, first.jsp and display.jsp in LAB14 Create subfolders under LAB14 as WEB-INF\classes\beans Store the Student.class in the beans folder Start Tomcat Open the Browser and give path as http://localhost:8080/LAB14/StudInfo.html

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what is java? What are the features of java write a java program demonstrating access specifies write a java program demonstrating different operators write a java program demonstrating conditional operators write a java program for type casting write a java program to access a variable declared outside and inside main function 7. write a java program to access the method by creating a object of a class 8. write a java program demonstrating wrapper class 9. what is a super class ? give program example 10. write a java program to demonstrate inner class 11. write a java program to showcase simple and multilevel inheritance 12. what is the difference between abstract class and interface and write the program for the same 13. what is overloading and overriding and give an program example 14. what is try and catch block 15. what is finally block 16. what is exception handling and give an program example 17. what is final variable, final class, final method 18. what is an applet and explain applet life cycle 19. write a java program to pass parameter to an applet 20. write a java program for status window, getdocumentbase(), getcodebase(),showdocument() 21. what is appletcontext()? 22. what is audioclip interface 23. what are thread and how do you create threads? 24. Write a java program to implement all thread methods 25. Explain thread synchronization with an example 26. what is producer and consumer problem 27. what is reader writer problem 28. what is event delegation model 29. what is event, event class, event source , event listener interface 30. write a java program for adapter class and inner class 31. write a java program for each of the swing components 32. what are the 2 key swing features 33. give an overview of j2ee 34. what is jdbc and explain different jdbc drivers 35. explain the JDBC process

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JAVA & J2EE Laboratory 36. write a java program for database application 37. what is metadata 38. what is servlet and explain life cycle of servlet 39. explain servlet API 40. What are the 2 types of servlet 41. write a servlet program to pass the parameter 42. how do you handle http request and http response 43. what is a cookie and write a java program to handle cookie 44. write a java program for session tracking 45. what is JSP and what are the advantages of JSP 46. what is MVC architecture 47. explain JSP tags 48. write a java program for forward, send direct, request dispatcher 49. write a java program for user session and cookies 50. what is session objects 51. what is RMI? Explain RMI process 52. what is EJB 53. Explain different types of bean with an example

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