Java Web Parts
Version 1.2

Java Web Parts (JWP) is a project to house a number of small, reusable, independant packages that contain utility-type code of general interest to Java web application developers.

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Packages
javawebparts.ajaxparts.taglib The AjaxParts Taglib (APT).
javawebparts.ajaxparts.taglib.config Contains all classes that store AjaxParts Taglib configuration information.
javawebparts.context This package contains classes for dealing with ServletContext.
javawebparts.core This package contains code from other packages that Java Web Parts depends on.
javawebparts.filter This package contains a number of servlet filters.
javawebparts.listener This package contains various context and session listeners.
javawebparts.misc This package contains some miscellaneous classes that didn't really fit anywhere else.
javawebparts.misc.chain This package contains a Chain Of Responsibility (CoR) pattern implementation which offers a great deal of flexibility.
javawebparts.misc.chain.commands This package contains "built-in" Commands for the CoR implementation.
javawebparts.request This package contains utilities dealing with the Request object.
javawebparts.response This package contains utilities dealing with the Response object.
javawebparts.servlet This package contains various servlets.
javawebparts.session This package contains utilities dealing with the Session object.
javawebparts.taglib.basicstr This package contains the BasicStr taglib.
javawebparts.taglib.jstags This package contains the JSTags taglib.
javawebparts.taglib.uiwidgets This package contains the UIWidgets taglib.

 

Java Web Parts (JWP) is a project to house a number of small, reusable, independant packages that contain utility-type code of general interest to Java web application developers.

JWP is made up of a series of subpackages, each of which can be used independently (except where noted in the subpackage summary). All of the subpackages however depend on the javawebparts.core package, and also on the Commons Logging external dependency. Aside from those, and aside from a Java rumtime itself obviously, only the Servlet API is otherwise required, but this should of course be supplied by your container.



Copyright 2005 Frank W. Zammetti