- [Instructor] Web pages uses the HTTP protocol,…which is a stateless protocol.…That means that you are not able to pass data…from one page to another page.…To do that, you have three options.…One is, you can use a cookie file…to create or write cookies to the client side.…That's a really tiny file.…You can only have limited characters to put in there,…so it may not be efficient.…A second option is to use local storage,…which also writes a session…directly into the user's browser as well.…That may be ideal,…but another option, which is much more secure,…is using a server-side session.…
So in this video, we're gonna create that session,…and configure the session to store data…so it can pass from one page to another page.…Now, looking at the login page here,…and I wanna run this file just to see what it looks like,…and one thing I wanna fix here…is that the title should say login,…and not employee record here.…If I were to also type in username and admin, okay,…so that was still working fine.…So I wanna change that title to say just login.…
- Setting up JSF
- JSF class creation
- Preparing lists of data
- Configuring source files
- Building UI components
- Building interface menus
- Displaying data-bound table components
- Adding, viewing, updating, and deleting data
- Displaying messages and message tags
- Validating data in a form
- Setting session attributions
- Authenticating permissions across JSF pages
Skill Level Intermediate
Java EE: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)with Ketkee Aryamane6h 14m Intermediate
Java Persistence API (JPA): 1 The Basicswith Kesha Williams1h 31m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the JSF Application
2. Configuring the Front End
3. Performing CRUD Operations
4. Localized Messages and Form Validation
5. Session Management and Authentication
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