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Edmund Castermund
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Hi Guys,

I'm in the midst of what is turing out to be a pretty time consuming project (well, it's time consuming when you can't work on it full time ... ). My next step will be to dive into the web tier, and I was wondering if any of you knew of some applications that had code hosted on github or sourceforge...that have examples of stuff like form validation, user logon, db schemas and the like. Also just good servlet/jsp design. I think it would be helpful to find something that was in greater depth than a tutorial example.

thanks.
 
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Are you new to servlets & jsps? If yes, go and grab Murach's Servlet & JSP book. It explains you how to build professional web application using servlets & jsps. They also have code available online.

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Faisal
 
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This might be a good start http://simple.souther.us/ although it doesn't cover the DB related parts, it's still a good way to start understanding the basics. Those examples are hosted by one of our CodeRanch moderator, Ben Souther.
 
Edmund Castermund
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Hey guys,
thanks for the replies! I am not totally new to servlet/jsp, have a very simple version of my app working on a local machine, but was hoping there was a full scale web app where I could review the code in detail. Something beyond simple examples. In addition to how-to examples, would be interested in how other developers look at larger scale design issues.

I think I do have that book you mentioned (or I have one similar) and that link was very helpful, will check it out.
thanks!
 
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