Step 9: Create Once done with all the steps specified above run the application and see the following output in the browser.
We will just implement the do Post method of the servlet, as we will POST the information from the HTML Form. All the interface provided above are specification or contract provided as part of JDBC specification.The connectivity with DB should be extracted out of the Servlet for a complex application.However, for simplicity we have maintained it within the servlet.A typical scenario is the user fills in fields of a form and submits it. Note that we use the - in the servlet set the value you want to transfer to the JSP page using the set Attribute() method on the request object.- in the JSP page, use the get Attribute() method on the request object to retrieve the value.The server will process the request based on the submitted data, and send response back to the client. Servlet Exception; import javax.servlet.annotation. To transfer control from a servlet to a JSP page, use the Request Dispatcher() method.Below are the identified elements: CREATE TABLE `USERS` ( `first_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `last_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `user_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `password` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL ) COLLATE='latin1_swedish_ci' ENGINE=Inno DB; For Connecting to My SQL database from Servlet, you would require My SQL JDBC drivers.