A small, platform-independent Java program without a graphical user interface that can extend the functionality of a Web server in a number of ways.
A Java program that extends the functionality of a web server, generating dynamic content and interacting with web clients using a request-response paradigm.
A servlet is a small Java program that runs on a server (as opposed to a Java applet that the server downloads to run on a Web client computer). With a servlet manager such as JRun or Jserv, a Web server such as Microsoft Internet Information Server can run a servlet. In DBPanacea, the servlet acts as an interface between the Web server and FormProcessor.
A server-side Java program that is usually executed in response to an HTTP request and produces its output in a browser.
See Java Servlet.
n. An application program, written in the Java programming language, that is executed on a Web server. A reference to a servlet appears in the markup for a Web page, in the same way that a reference to a graphics file appears. The Web server executes the servlet and sends the results of the execution (if there are any) to the Web browser.
is Java API extending functionality of servers using request reply protocols. They are most often used by web servers to interface web clients to programs in a similar manner to CGI
An instance of a Java class that implements the presentation logic of an application. The servlet receives events from the web application page and performs the appropriate actions using the Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) business logic model and then subsequently outputs dynamic data to the application's presentation layout model via JavaServer Pages (JSPs).
If it runs on a server, and it's an applet, then it's a servlet.
A Java program that executes on a Web server in response to an HTTP request similar to a CGI. Servlets can produce HTML output in the HTTP response returned, or can invoke Java objects' methods on the server side without returning any text.
A Java program that implements the Java servlet interface. Servlets are run in servlet engines to produce pages with dynamic content. In contrast to JSPs, servlets are raw Java and generate their HTML output through manipulation and concatenation of strings.
An application program, written in the Java programming language and executed on a web server. See applet for comparison.
Server-side classes that respond to HTTP requests.
A Java application that runs in a Web server or application server and provides server-side processing, typically to access a database or perform e-commerce processing. It is a Java-based replacement for CGI scripts, Active Server Pages (ASPs) and proprietary plug-ins written in C and C++ for specific web servers.
Servlet technology provides web developers with a simple, consistent mechanism for extending the functionality of a web server and for accessing existing business systems.Servlets provide a component-based, platform-independent method for building web-based applications, without the performance limitations of CGI programs. And unlike proprietary server extension mechanisms servlets are server- and platform-independent. JSP technology is an extension of the servlet technology created to support authoring of HTML and XML pages. It makes it easier to combine fixed or static template data with dynamic content.
A server-side program that gives Java(TM) technology-enabled servers additional functionality.
a binary Java class
a body of Java code that is loaded into and runs inside a network service, such as a web server
a class that handles your client requests
a compiled java web request handler that as it says handles requests (via HTTP GET and POST)
a component that extends the functionality of a Web server in a portable and efficient manner
a C program that is loaded and executed by the Zild server
a dynamically loaded module that services requests from a Webserver
a dynamically loaded module that services requests from a Web server
a good place to start, it allows the EJB server, and the Web server (Tomcat) to be tested, without too much initial configuration
a java application that can receive HTTP requests and returns HTTP responses, just like other servers
a Java application that performs a task that may generate a dynamic web page or process input from a web page form
a Java class file, and must be recompiled every time even a simple change is made
a Java component that can be plugged
a Java object that extends the functionality of an information server, such as an HTTP server
a Java program that is meant to be executed by a Web server
a Java program that runs in a Web server, as opposed to an applet that runs in a client browser
a Java program, which is installed on the back end of a Web server
a Java program which is run on a web server
a Java program whose input comes from a server and whose output goes to a server
a Java technology-based, server-side web component that creates a web site
a Java technology based web component, managed by a container, that generates dynamic content
a key portion of a server-based application that implements the semantics of a particular request by providing a response
an application component that runs inside a server
an application or a script that is written in Java and executed on a server, as opposed to on a client
an application program you write that runs on a web server
an entry point to the running application in the JVM
an extension to a server that enhances the server's functionality
an object that receives requests and generates a response based on the request
an object that receives requests and professional, affordable web page design for everyone
an ongoing process that services some requests received by a web server
a piece of code that can be triggered by a web browser to connect to an EJB
a program that runs inside of a web server
a program written in the Java programming language that runs on the server, as opposed to the browser (applets)
a request/response oriented Java object
a reusable application that runs on a server
a self contained Java program designed for Web applications
a server based thing and it's not intended to provide GUI-interactive stuff
a server-side component, written in Java, that dynamically extends the functionality of a server
a server-side Java application that can process requests from clients
a server-side piece of java code implementing APIs for handling HTTP requests received
a server-side program written in the Java programming language that interacts with clients and is usually tied to a HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server
a small application that exists on a Web server and that can be invoked by a CGI command
a software program that is written in the Java programming language (or any other programming language) and runs on a server
a standard server-side Java application that extends the capabilities of a Web server
a way of extending your web server with a Java program to perform tasks previously dealt with by CGI scripts or proprietary server extension frameworks
A servlet is the Java server side equivalent of an applet. They are many more rights than an applet because of the trusted non-anonymous nature of the relationship between servlet and server. In general terms, a servlet is the Java equivalent of an application. See Also: Application
Java Servlet A framework for servicing requests for data. Most commonly used to service HTTP requests as part of a dynamic web site. more information
Broadly interchangeable with JSP in function. Consists of Java with embedded HTML, in contrast to JSP which is HTML with embedded Java.
A servlet is a Java-based extension mechanism for many common services, and in particular, for HTTP.
Java application running on an application server that prepares markup language content for display on client browsers.
A Java(tm) language program set up to interact along with a specially designed webserver to provide an interactive web page.
Server Side Java that replaces CGI and allows access to Java functionality from both client and server side web applications.
A Java application that runs in a server, typically a Web or application server, and performs processing on that server. Servlets are the Java equivalent to CGI scripts.
A Java program that runs on a Web server machine and extends the server's functionality by generating dynamic content in response to Web client requests. Servlets are commonly used to connect databases to the Web.
http://tomcat.apache.org. Usually used in reference to running inside of Tomcat.
any Java class that implements the javax.servlet.Servlet interface and is, therefore, executable by any compliant servlet engine.
A servlet is a small program that runs on a server. The term was coined in the context of the Java applet, a small program that is sent as a separate file along with a Web (HTML) page. Java applets, usually intended for running on a client, can result in such services as performing a calculation for a user or positioning an image based on user interaction.
A Java application that runs in a Web server or application server and provides server-side processing, typically to access a database or perform e-commerce processing. Servlets provide an alternative to CGI (Common Gateway Interface) scripts. Because they are written in Java, servlets are portable between servers and operating systems. The Reports Servlet and JSP are components of OracleAS Reports Services that process custom (JSP) report tags and deliver information between the Oracle HTTP Server and the Reports Server.
Simply a Java program that runs on your application server. Possibly without you knowing it, you are using servlets when you run Forms on the web. The Forms Servlet, for example, is a small Java program that runs on the application server and is used to start Forms on the web by reading the configuration files and converting into HTML to be passed to the browser.
Java program equivalent to a CGi script in a Web server. Output is generally HTML.
Java code that handles a particular kind of interaction with end entities on behalf of a CMS manager. For example, certificate enrollment, renewal, revocation, and key recovery requests are each handled by separate servlets.
a Java program that runs on a Web server. Servlets can be considered a complementary technology to applets, which run in Web browsers. Unlike applet code, servlet code does not have to be downloaded to a Web browser. Instead, servlets send HTML or other appropriate content back to a browser or to another type of Web-based client application.
java program adding dynamic HTML or XML content to a web server application. More info at wikipedia.
A Java application that runs on a server. The term usually refers to a Java applet that runs within a Web server environment. This is analogous to a Java applet that runs within a Web browser environment.
Servlets are web-based applications developed for the Java platform. They are similar in functionality to CGI applications, but the engineering behind servlets is very different. Servlets can be far faster and more reliable than CGI applications. A properly engineered servlet can run under virtually any web server, since servlets leverage the portability and widespread implementation of the Java platform.
A single Java class that implements javax.servlet.Servlet. The Web server equivalent is a file.
A small computer program designed to be add capabilities to a larger piece of server software. Common examples are "Java servlets", which are small programs written in the Java language and which are added to a web server. Typically a web server that uses Java servlets will have many of them, each one designed to handle a very specific situation, for example one servlet will handle adding items to a "shopping cart", while a different servlet will handle deleting items from the "shopping cart."
A persistent applet that runs on a server. Once activated, a servlet remains in memory and can be reused until the destroy method is called or the server goes down. The persistent, reusable nature of servlets provides a distinct advantage to CGI programs, which vanish from memory once a request is fulfilled.
A small Java program that runs on a server; in essence, the server equivalent of an Applet.
A Java program that runs within a JVM on a web server and sends HTML data to a web browser.
A Servlet is a server-side Java program that provides additional features to the server.
A servlet is simply the name given to an applet that runs on a server. Hence the term ‘Java Servlets' is applied to Java applets running within a web server environment.