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In the JSP pages, tell Tomcat that the pages need your tag library and specify the prefix that you want to identify those custom tags with. I will take you through these steps, beginning with bodyless actions, which are simpler to implement. All the examples of this section on bodyless actions and the following section of bodied actions are in the software package for this chapter. To test them, import the project tldtest in Eclipse.
Serializable and javax. Remember that to satisfy an interface, you have to implement all the methods it defines. It is then used when deserializing objects to check that class and object match. TagSupport class makes life easier by implementing the Tag interface with default methods and other useful methods. Therefore, you only need to extend TagSupport and overwrite the methods you need for your weekday action.
In conclusion, you only need to overwrite doEndTag with a method containing all the functionality of the weekday tag. Listing shows you the code of the whole tag handler. JspException; javax. TagSupport; java. Date; java. SimpleDateFormat; java. Calendar; java. That said, you might argue that working with incomplete Java beans, sooner or later, will get you into trouble.
If the action is executed without the date attribute, the date variable defined in doEndTag remains set to null, and the calendar cal, which is used to determine the day of the week, remains set to the current date. On the other hand, if a date attribute is specified in the action, its value is parsed and used to set the calendar.
This is a good practice to follow, although you can name your handlers whatever you like. Listing shows the full TLD for the custom-tag library. Apart from tag, all taglib sub-elements in the example are for information purposes or to be used by tools and can be omitted. The tag element contains an attribute sub-element for each action attribute in this case, only date.
Of the tag sub-elements in the example, you can omit description and display name. The sub-element name defines the custom action name; tag class specifies the fully qualified class name of the tag handler; and body content specifies the action to be bodyless. The sub-element tag class is what gives you the freedom to name your tag handlers anything you like. The sub-element body content is mandatory and can only have one of the following three values: empty, scriptless, or tagdependent.
The value scriptless is the default and means that the body cannot contain scripting elements, while EL expressions and JSP actions are accepted and processed normally. The value tagdependent means that the body content is passed to the tag handler as it is, without any processing.
This is useful if the body contains character sequences, such as Line 2 contains the taglib directive, line 4 uses weekday without the date attribute, and line 6 passes the request parameter d to the action. If you type the URL without the query, the second line of the output becomes null: Wed. JasperException: javax. BodyTag instead of Tag. Again, similarly to bodyless actions, the API provides a convenient class that you can use as a basis: javax. However, as opposed to what you did in the tag handler for a bodyless action, you cannot simply replace the doEndTag method, because the action body will have come and gone by the time you reach the end tag.
You first have to overwrite doAfterBody. How can you then print out the default day? The answer is simple: you have to overwrite the doEndTag method and write the default date from there in case there is no body. Listing shows the end result. BodyTagSupport; java. In line 1, you define a boolean instance variable called bodyless and set it to true. If there is no body to process, doAfterBody does not run, and doEndTag in line 5 prints the default day of the week.
If, on the other hand, there is a body to process, doAfterBody in line 4 sets bodyless to false, and doEndTag does nothing. Line 2 shows you how to get the body content and line 3 how to get the method to print the date while processing the body. The purpose is to make the code more readable. You will learn how to use EL in the next section of this chapter.
After all, JSP basically is Java. Do you remember when I told you in Chapter 2 that the only available directive elements are page, include, and taglib? Well, I lied. There are three more directives: tag, attribute, and variable. Now that you know how to develop custom-tag libraries with Java, I can tell you how to develop them using the JSP syntax and the newly revealed directives.
The examples of this section are in the folder tagtest of the software package for this chapter. To install them, import the package into Eclipse. Another simplification is in sending the result to the output, because in the tag file the implicit variable out makes it unnecessary to invoke pageContext.
Listing shows how you modify weekday. To keep the uri attribute, you need to declare the tag file in a TLD, as shown in Listing As an example of the variable directive, replace in weekday. The first line of the scriptlet then copies the attribute into the JSP variable named date. After that, the bodied tag file is identical to the bodyless one. It seemed less tidy. Reader object instead of a java. You should know that jsp:invoke is very similar to jsp:doBody but operates on a JSP fragment instead of the action body.
For example, by writing the following two lines in a tag file you pass to it a JSP fragment. Like doBody, invoke admits the attributes var, varReader, and scope. Both standard actions can only be used within tag files. They are all optional. The default is the name of the tag file without the. If false the default , the attribute is a normal one and is therefore evaluated by Tomcat before being passed to the tag file.
Do not specify rtexprvalue or type when you set fragment to true. Tomcat will set them for you, respectively, to true and javax. One of these two attributes must be present. The value of name-given cannot be the same of the value of the name attribute of an attribute directive or the value of a dynamic-attributes attribute of a tag directive.
See after the end of this table for an explanation of how to use name-from-attribute. Again, see the following details. Once more, too much text to keep it in this table. See the following details. While name-given provides the name of a JSP attribute which, as you will see in the next section, coincides with the name of an EL variable , name-from-attribute provides the name of another JSP attribute containing the name of the JSP attribute you are interested in.
Then, alias provides the name of an EL variable local to the tag file that Tomcat synchronizes with the JSP attribute. This name redirection makes possible for JSP pages that use differently named attributes to use the same tag file. For example, a. The tag file will then have an ali attribute containing "Good morning! The attribute scope tells when Tomcat creates or updates the attribute in the calling page with the value of the attribute that is local to the tag file perhaps a name like synchronization would have been clearer than scope.
Additionally, with NESTED, Tomcat saves the value of the calling-page attribute upon entering the tag file and restores it upon leaving it. But this only if an attribute with the given name exists in the calling page before entering the tag file. You can use EL expressions in template text and also in action attributes specified to be capable of accepting runtime expressions.
To explain when you can or should use them, I must first clarify the distinction between lvalues and rvalues. The l stands for left, and the r stands for right. These values refer to the fact that in most computer languages, the assigned value is on the right-hand side of an assignment statement, while the value to be assigned to it is on the left-hand side.
Clearly, an lvalue must be a reference to something you can assign values to a variable or some attribute of an object , while there is no such restriction on rvalues. Suppose that you have a page with a form. Perhaps you could also define a new attribute of the input element to provide a validating method. You need a way of deferring evaluation of formBean. The tells Tomcat to defer evaluation and use its result as an lvalue or an rvalue, depending on the context.
In any other aspect, parsing and evaluation of the two representations are identical. You will use the representation when we will talk about JSF. Table The EL operators '. For this to work, all classes must implement the getter methods of properly formed Java beans. With EL, you can check for null.
And in general, you should do so, because you cannot rely on an exception being thrown, as it would be in Java. You can use both the dot and indexing operator to access maps. Therefore, the second expression would return a zero. You would encounter a different, but potentially more serious, problem if you had a map key containing a dot.
This would be bad in any case, because null is a possible valid outcome. I suggest you use the bracketed form in all occasions and simply forget this issue. In particular, pageContext. Similarly, pageContext. Param Maps a request parameter name to its first value. Cookie Maps a cookie name to a single cookie.
Within EL expressions, you can use variables set with the c:set JSTL core action which I will describe in the next section or scoped attributes. The variable set with c:set and the attribute in pageContext are the same variable. That is, c:set defines an attribute in the page context. If you are wondering, i18n stands for internationalization, abbreviated by replacing the eighteen letters in the middle with the number I will not talk about the functions because they are pretty self-explanatory.
You can copy the code in the folder named jstl that you will find in the software package for this chapter. Listing shows you how you do it. Lines 02 and 03 show the taglib directives for JSTL core and functions. In line 05, you can see how to use the fn:length function to determine the size of the EL implicit object paramValues and the c:out action to send the value of an EL expression to the output. In lines 09 and 12, c:forEach lets you go through the elements of maps and arrays. Besides the attribute value, it supports default, to provide a fallback output, and escapeXml that you set to false to prevent the escaping of XML characters, which are escaped by default.
Finally, in alternative to var, you can use the pair of attributes property and target to specify which property of which object you want to modify. In the example, you have seen that c:forEach lets you loop over a list of objects with the two attributes var and items.
Alternatively, you can go through a list by means of the attributes begin, where 0 indicates the first element, end, and step. Further, if you define the name of a variable by setting the attribute varStatus, c:forEach will store in it an object of type javax. As these attributes are pretty straightforward, the best way for you to become familiar with them is to write a small page and see what happens when you set them to different values.
It lists what types of objects you can assign to the attribute items and, correspondingly, what type of objects you get in the variable defined through var. Collection Element obtained by invoking iterator java. Map Instance of java. Entry java. Iterator An Iterator element java. Enumeration An Enumeration element javax. For example, the body of the following action is executed only if the EL expression calculates to true There is no attribute supported by c:choose and c:otherwise, and c:when only supports test.
It accepts a var attribute, where it stores the result of the exception, of type java. For example, the following two lines will insert into the output the string "java. This is not a problem, because Tomcat processes the action on the server and replaces it with a string representing the URL.
If you use the bodied form of c:url, you can define with c:param additional parameters that will be appended to the URL. The main difference is that the JSTL actions are not limited to the scope of the current application. They let you include or forward to any URL via the attribute url, which is in both cases the only attribute required.
The only thing worth mentioning is that the default value for charEncoding is "ISO". I prefer to use UTF-8 because it is equally supported by all operating systems. When designing a website, you might find it useful to remember that c:redirect changes the page that the user sees, thereby affecting the setting of bookmarks, while with jsp:forward, the user remains unaware of the page change.
If you have a comma as a single delimiter, you can use c:forEach, but if you have more than one delimiter, or if the only delimiter is not a comma, c:forTokens is for you. Regards, TS. I have recently shared a couple of good courses for manual testers who wants to become automated testing expert covering Java, Selenium, JUnit etc, you may want to look at here.
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For instance,. Use this solution as a last recourse. A better solution is to set the content disposition in the response header:. Note that not every version of every browser deals with this header correctly. When no content length is specified in the header of your dynamically generated file, the browser reads blocks of bytes sent by the web server. Most browsers detect when the stream is finished and use the correct size of the dynamically generated file. Some browsers are known to have problems truncating the stream to the right size—the real size of the PDF is smaller than the size assumed by the browser.
The surplus of bytes can contain gibberish, and this can cause the viewer plug-in to show an error message saying the file is corrupt. You have to specify the content length of the PDF file in the response header. Setting this header has to be done before any content is sent.
Instead, you must create the PDF on your. This is also true for some other binary file formats. These headers make sure that the end user always gets the most recent version of the PDF, and not a PDF that is loaded from the cache on the client side. This is important if the content of the PDF changes frequently, which would happen if it reports about real-time data. C solves the problem caused by old browser and PDF viewer configurations. Note that there are several serious downsides to this solution.
When you need to generate large files, you risk an OutOfMemoryException on the server side, and a timeout on the client side. The second problem, avoiding a browser timeout, can be solved by moving the five steps of the PDF creation process to a separate thread. You can add your Runnable implementation as an attribute to the HttpSession object. Check the thread with every hit; serve the PDF as soon as the document is closed. Not only does this solution solve the technical timeout problem, it also works on a psychological level.
People tend to be impatient. A trivial problem, but one that is easily overlooked, is what happens when people bookmark pages that are the result of a POST action. When they want to return to that page using the bookmark, they initiate a GET request, getting a result that differs from what they expect. You can do the experiment with the example from listing 9.
Figure 9. Recall that neither doGet nor doPost were implemented in listing 9. Instead you overrode the service method that works in both cases. If I look in my server logs, I should see one line corresponding with this hit. This is true for most browsers, but some browsers hit the server several times for every dynamically generated binary file.
If you want to avoid this multiple-hit problem, you can try setting the cache parameters like this:. If you skip to section 9. Using the tips and tricks summed up in this section, you should be able to tackle all the problems that can occur when writing a servlet that produces a PDF document. Let me explain why that is a bad idea, using this working! Several things can go wrong if you ignore my advice and deploy the code from listing 9.
These are some potential problems:. If you copy listing 9. This has the same effect as when you would open a JPG in a text editor and insert whitespace characters in arbitrary places. Maybe you can use this argument if using JSP is a requirement in your project. Next post: Making a form "web ready" Part 1 iText 5.
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Inside the core file is server. You can change the port number on the inside. The default port number is , that is, the port number can not be used by another application. Directory tomcat runtime required jar package is located logs: Logs temp: temporary files generated, namely cache webapps: web application. Place this web browser application can directly access the directory work: after compiling class files.
Then we can double startup. This time, the local server has been built up. In the options, we select the corresponding version of Tomcat, then click "Next", select the Tomcat installation directory, and we choose to install Java environment:. Create a new file in the WebContent test.
If all users experience the same problem, the problem is caused on the server side. The viewer receives the PDF syntax, but shows it as if it were plain text. Old versions of MSIE ignore the content type; they only look at the file extension. PDFs ending with. The most elegant way to solve this problem is by using a URL pattern as shown in listing 9. If this is not an option, you could add a parameter ending in. For instance,.
Use this solution as a last recourse. A better solution is to set the content disposition in the response header:. Note that not every version of every browser deals with this header correctly. When no content length is specified in the header of your dynamically generated file, the browser reads blocks of bytes sent by the web server.
Most browsers detect when the stream is finished and use the correct size of the dynamically generated file. Some browsers are known to have problems truncating the stream to the right size—the real size of the PDF is smaller than the size assumed by the browser. The surplus of bytes can contain gibberish, and this can cause the viewer plug-in to show an error message saying the file is corrupt.
You have to specify the content length of the PDF file in the response header. Setting this header has to be done before any content is sent. Instead, you must create the PDF on your. This is also true for some other binary file formats.
These headers make sure that the end user always gets the most recent version of the PDF, and not a PDF that is loaded from the cache on the client side. This is important if the content of the PDF changes frequently, which would happen if it reports about real-time data. C solves the problem caused by old browser and PDF viewer configurations.
Note that there are several serious downsides to this solution. When you need to generate large files, you risk an OutOfMemoryException on the server side, and a timeout on the client side. The second problem, avoiding a browser timeout, can be solved by moving the five steps of the PDF creation process to a separate thread. You can add your Runnable implementation as an attribute to the HttpSession object. Check the thread with every hit; serve the PDF as soon as the document is closed.
Not only does this solution solve the technical timeout problem, it also works on a psychological level. People tend to be impatient. A trivial problem, but one that is easily overlooked, is what happens when people bookmark pages that are the result of a POST action.
When they want to return to that page using the bookmark, they initiate a GET request, getting a result that differs from what they expect. You can do the experiment with the example from listing 9. Figure 9. Recall that neither doGet nor doPost were implemented in listing 9. Instead you overrode the service method that works in both cases.
If I look in my server logs, I should see one line corresponding with this hit. This is true for most browsers, but some browsers hit the server several times for every dynamically generated binary file. If you want to avoid this multiple-hit problem, you can try setting the cache parameters like this:.
If you skip to section 9. Using the tips and tricks summed up in this section, you should be able to tackle all the problems that can occur when writing a servlet that produces a PDF document. Let me explain why that is a bad idea, using this working! Several things can go wrong if you ignore my advice and deploy the code from listing 9.
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