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In the quest for more dynamic content, web server technologies have flourished. One particular solution to provide this dynamic content is Java Servlet technology. As a replacement to the traditional CGI script approach, servlets give developers a powerful tool to create web enabled applications. Not only does the servlet solution give developers the ease of using the Java language, it is also offers a more efficient solution in terms of CPU power.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Getting Started with Java Servlets using Apache JServ
  2. Installation
  3. Examples
  4. Future Directions
  5. Links
By: Richard M. Yumul
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September 07, 1999

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  1. Java Servlet API Specification 2.1,
    http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/2.1/html/titlepage.fm.html
  2. Using Apache Jserv 1.0, Ari Halberstadt
    http://www.servletcentral.com/1999-01/jserv.dchtml


 
 
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