Package javawebparts.servlet

This package contains various servlets.

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Interface Summary
ResourceStream The ResourceStream interface is implemented by classes used by the ResourceServerServlet.
 

Class Summary
FormSenderServlet The FormSenderServlet allows you to accept the submission of a form and take values from that form, insert them into a template, and send the resultant text as an eMail message to a specified address or list of addresses.
Items This class holds the items from a configuration file.
RedirectReturnerServlet This servlet returns a URL as defined in an XML file.
ResourceServerServlet The ResourceServerServlet can be used to serve resources from various sources.
ResourceServerServlet.ResourceMapping ResourceMapping is an inner class which holds the information for each element in the mapping file, if present.
ResourceStreamFromFileSystem This conrete implementation of the ResourceStream interface is used to serve resources from a file system path, absolute or relative.
ResourceStreamFromJAR This conrete implementation of the ResourceStream interface is used to serve resources from a JAR file in the classpath.
ResourceStreamFromURL This conrete implementation of the ResourceStream interface is used to serve resources from a URL, either local or remote.
TextRendererServlet This servlet serves a dynamically-rendered image of a string of text with the specified font characteristics.
TextReturnerServlet This servlet returns a string from an XML file.
 

Package javawebparts.servlet Description

This package contains various servlets.

This package depends on the following extra packages to compile and run: JavaBeans Activation Framework, JavaMail API and SMTP Extensions (these are needed to compile, but only needed to run if you use the FormSenderServlet... ignore any errors about missing JARs if you don't use that servlet).



Copyright 2005 Frank W. Zammetti