Simple updating for a web page
This tutorial assumes that you understand how style rules function, and how they affect corresponding HTML elements found in .
Creating a new connection for each client request can be very time-consuming, especially for applications that continuously receive a large number of requests.
This tutorial is a continuation from the Connecting to a My SQL Database tutorial and assumes that you have already created a My SQL database named , which you have registered a connection for in the Net Beans IDE.
This document describes how to create a simple web application that connects to a My SQL database server.
It also covers some basic ideas and technologies in web development, such as Java Server Pages (JSP), Java Server Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL), the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API, and two-tier, client-server architecture.
The two database tables, database table, and inserts it into to the page before it is sent to the browser.
When the user submits his or her selection in the welcome page's HTML form, the submit initiates a request for the response page ( tables and inserts it into to the page, allowing the user to view data based upon his or her selection when the page is returned to the browser.