How to run jsp and servlet using JBOSS server

Dear Friend,
I have JBoss application server and Eclipse id
now i want to run JSP and Servlet but i am not getting the place where to place my servlet class file to run it .
before that i run jsp and servlet using tomcat5.0 but in that i place my servlet class in WEB-INF/classes folder and do corresponding entry in web.xml file and run it through browser.
now i want to use JBOSS how it is possible
PLZ Help me

Is the servlet class defined in a package.? If servlet class package is servlets., copy the servlet to
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    1.When a user clicks on to other website link(available on my website), the browser generates an HTTP GET request to the Other website's session servlet. User's name is one of the parameters of this request.
    2.Other website receives the HTTP request and generates a unique session identifier for this user. An HTTP response to the end-user is then sent. The user's name and the session identifier are passed back as parameters in the redirect URL.
    3.The browser sends the HTTP request (GET) to the Verification Service that was specified in the redirect message. The parameters (user name and/or session id) will be passed as URL parameters.
    4.The Verification Service(of other website) authenticates the user. A redirect URL to it's sigon servlet(with parameter's User id and key) is then sent back to the user's browser.
    5.The end-user's browser will perform the redirect (performing an HTTP get operation to Other website's signon servlet with the username and the digest key).
    6.The other website will check if the parameter's passed is the same as the one passed earlier, if the user is who he says he is then he is redirected to the main page of the application.
    7.The browser will then redirect the user to Other website's main page (welcome.jsp).
    There seems's to be many calls to this other website that needs to be performed behind the scenes once a user clicks the link on my website.
    Please suggest and help me out.........
    Edited by: 836726 on Feb 21, 2011 3:41 PM

    Why are you trying to build a whole federated single sign on framework from scratch when you can just use/buy an existing and proven solution instead? There are a lot of security implication and trust issues involved for this so unless you already understand all of those I'd advise you not to re-invent the wheel. There are a lot of products available that do this. Try searching for '<vendor name> Access Manager' or OpenSSO.

  • Need help in JSP and Servlets

    Hi friends,
    [please forgive me if i am posting this in the wrong forum, all seems same to a fresher]
    Now, to my problem..i need a suggestion, a way or a method to implement the following!
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    arun_ramachandran wrote:
    [please forgive me if i am posting this in the wrong forum, all seems same to a fresher]Then you should learn to be more observant - after all, we have JSP and Servlet fora, further down the list. :)
    I am supposed to create a servlet that reads data from oracle database. Once i retrive the data (for example: 6 rows of a table having 4 attributes), i am supposed to pass this data to a JSP page where the data has to be formatted and displayed properly. If i call the same servlet from a different JSP, i should be able to access the data in that JSP and format it in a different way. How do i pass the data to JSP? what method i can use to achieve this task? You can store the data in your session object. You can even use JavaBeans and the jsp:usebean tag.
    [http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/tags/11/syntaxref11.fm14.html]
    Note: I already know about PrintWriter pw = response.getWriter(); and then printing the formated HTML page..but i want to keep the formatting to JSP part and send only the data part that i can access in JSPA wise approach - I wish more prople woiuld be as thoughtful.

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    hi there,
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    Hi
    I want to make an website where i use JSP Model 2 architecture. However I got a basic question
    1. I need to separate business logic from presentation with the use of jsp and servlets. Meaning I want no html code in the servlet. Can you give a simple example of how this can be done? If I map my implementation of httpServlet to a jsp page in web.xml and override doPost() and doGet(). The calls to the jsp page comes to the servlet as it should. I want to process some methods (calling sessionbeans or similar which in turn calls entitybeans) and then show the jsp page.
    How do I show the jsp page without mixing html in the servlet as I've done below:
    doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse res)
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    CbbLe

    You should treat your servlet class much like a controller, where you can then use JSP as the view. The way you achieve this is to use the forward() method in RequestDispatcher.
    Say you've got a servlet class org.yoursite.controller.YourController:
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      throws ServletException, IOException {
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      req.setAttribute("greeting", "Hello world!");
      //Done with our business logic, off we go to the JSP file
      ServletContext app = getServletContext();
        RequestDispatcher disp;
        disp = app.getRequestDispatcher("/some/jsp/file.jsp);
        disp.forward(req, resp);
    }Now in your JSP file:
    <h1>Example</h1>
    <div>
      I just want to say <%= request.getAttribute("greeting") %>
    </div>Going to that servlet now executes business logic and then points to the JSP file for the view. You can forward from servlet to servlet too if needs be. The string you pass to forward() is whatever would be in the URI of the request so any <servlet-mapping> configurations in web.xml are used ;)
    There is some pretty in-depth documentation on the J2EE blueprints website, namely service-to-worker and front-controller patterns. I dare say if you're looking for this sort of code you'll want to look at the composite view pattern too (also on blueprints).

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