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hello all
can any help me writing this JSP program details below:
->webbrowser should display HTML form with the following controls init.

Employee ID Text box
Name Textbox
Department Combo box
Position combo box
Gender Radio Button
Address Text area
Next Button
Previous Button
Save Button

->Employee ID,should be unique
->Create an XML file to store and retrieve data,which should have an associated XSD(Extended Schema Defination)
->Use Document Object Model(DOM) for all operations on XML file
->Empty all the data in all controls when clicked on NEW button to enter record
->save data to XML file using SAVE button
->move to previous record in XML file with PREVIOUS button
->move to next record in XML file NEXT button
->find the specific record by using Employee ID as base with FIND button

pls help me in writing this program..i gave all details

after that i have more 4 programs to do pls help me
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A forum or mailing list is a great place to go if you are stuck on a particular problem or if you are having a hard time understanding a particular concept. It's a great tool (among many) for learning. It is not a substitute for learning. Nobody here is going to complete your assignment for you.

If you're looking to hire someone to build it for you, there is a Jobs forum on this site. You can also look to or some of the other sites out there that are devoted to hooking up freelancers with paying customers. Otherwise I would start with a trip to the bookstore or with some Google searches:
"Java Tutorial", "Servlet Tutorial", "HTML Tutorial", "JSP Tutorial", etc..
will turn up plenty of good sites for you to use to learn how to program in a JSP environment.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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