Code for validating username and password in jsp
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.
: This file contains the HTML login form written within the JSP tags.
If you imagine form as a dialog between your website and your user, the messages play an important role.
Don’t leave it to the auto-generated default messages.
The following picture depicts that workflow with Java servlet on the server side: To create a form in HTML we need to use the following tags:package net.codejava.servlet; import
Http Servlet Response; @Web Servlet("/login Servlet") public class Login Servlet extends Http Servlet Here’s an example output when submitting the above login form in browser: So far you have got the ins and outs when handling HTML form data with Java servlet.