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The JSP Files (part 7): Bugs, Beans And Banks

In this week's episode, find out how the JSP Exception objectprovides developers with a graceful way to recover from script errors. Andthen take a quick tour of the JSP directives you need to know in order tointegrate standalone JavaBeans into your JSP scripts.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. The JSP Files (part 7): Bugs, Beans And Banks
  2. Bugathon
  3. Exceptionally Clever
  4. Bad News
  5. You Throw(), I'll Catch
  6. Bean Bag
  7. Turning Up The Heat
By: Vikram Vaswani and Harish Kamath, (c) Melonfire
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April 18, 2001

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No programmer, no matter how good (s)he is, writes bug-free code all the time. And so, most programming languages come with built-in capabilities to catch errors and take remedial action. This action could be something as simple as displaying an error message, or as complex as heating your computer's innards until they burst into flame (just kidding!)

Over the next couple of pages, we're going to look at some of the error-management techniques available in JSP, and also demonstrate some of the JSP directives used to integrate standalone JavaBeans into your JSP scripts.

 
 
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