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How to write an HTML and CSS code with eclipse ide

Before we start today blog, let me tell you that writing HTML code is different than normal languages such as python, and, C/C++ 

Because, to use the python and C/C++, you won’t need a web browser to view the output of the program instead you can use any specific ide to display the output on the console but when it comes to HTML we use a web browser to display the output on the webpage

So, to see the output of the Html code we need a web server and also we need to configure our eclipse ide with a web server

in reality, The web server, that we will be using for this blog is Apache Tomcat

Step #1: download the eclipse ide Java EE IDE

before you install eclipse ide on your system make sure you have installed java on your system

Because the eclipse is a purely  java based ide and you need java on your system to operate eclipse on your system

who to determine whether java is installed or not on your system?

To  check whether you have a java installed on your system you need to use a shortcut key as win + R from the keyboard and type cmd then press OK to open the window console

Once you see, a command prompt window popup on the screen, then, at that instance, type the below command to determine whether you have java on your system

with this in mind, Clear as mud?

on this occasion, Let’s jump in to download the eclipse ide

Click here —>to download the ide from the eclipse website

Once, you opened the eclipse website, then, at  that instant, go to the download packages section and choose the Eclipse ide for Enterprise Java web Developers

Choose your operating system, in my case, I have a window 64bit operating system so, choose your operating system according to the system requirement and download it

In case, if you don’t know whether you have a 32bit or 64bit system type

Then in that case type, the command in the command prompt  mentioned below to view your system type

Pretty effective, right?

Once, you finished downloading the eclipse ide, then, at that instant, extract the files from the .zip file through a WinRAR software

when you finished the extraction of files, then, at that instance, go to the eclipse folder  and launch the eclipse application

Step #2: download the Apache Tomcat webserver

Okay, here’s another one, that you need to download

Click here —>to download the Apache Tomcat webserver

this time, Choose the version which you would like to download and download it on your system

Once you finished downloading the file, extract the .zip file

Step #3: configure the eclipse ide with web server Apache Tomcat

in similar fashion, Let’s dive in to configure the eclipse ide

without a doubt, First, Launch your eclipse ide

on this occasion, go to the servers tab and click on (no servers are available click this link to create a new server )

In case, if you didn’t see the servers tab then at that instant

of course, click window —>show view —> and select servers option

not to mention, Next, select the Apache Tomcat version which you have downloaded and click next  

Browse to the path where you have saved the Tomcat server in my case, the path directory is (C:\Users\Mohammed Anees\Desktop\software\apache_tomcat\apache-tomcat-8.5.73 ) then click next

Finally, click Finish to complete the configuration to connect eclipse ide to  web server Apache Tomcat

without a doubt, That’s it!

up to the present time, We configured, eclipse ide with the web server Apache Tomcat

Step #4: Test the configuration

in reality, let’s see whether we configured it right.

this time, By default, the server will be in stop mode

So, to test the configuration, that we have set,

to be sure, first, click on the server section, and on the server section, right-click on the” Tomcat v9.0 Server at localhost[stopped]” and click start

On your console tab, you will see something like this below when you click start

Once the server started, then on the server tab you will see

this time, “ Tomcat v9.0 Server at localhost[started,synchronized]”

 If you double click on the “ Tomcat v9.0 Server at localhost[started, synchronized]” then at that instance, you will be able to see the port number of the webserver which is 8080

As we know that our server is started then let’s do a simple test to check the server on a web browser

until now, Okay,

First, open your web browser and type the address as “ localhost:8080 ” then you will get a result something like the below image

in reality, which means that you got a response from the Tomcat server

in short, whoa!

on the positive side, let me congrats you, that we have setup our eclipse ide with the tomcat server

in a word, Next, we will see, how we can create our first project right?

Step #5: Create a web project in eclipse

Once you configured the eclipse-ide with web server  Apache Tomcat then we can create a new  project

First, go to new—>Dynamic web project —> write the project name “Demo”—> next—> next —> finish

Second , right click on the demo project —>new —>HTML file—> write file name —> finish

Third, save the project(ctrl+s)

Fourth, run the project by going to run as —> 1 run on server —> click on localhost —>select Tomcat v9.0 Server at localhost —> next —> finish —> ok

Fifth : you will see the output on the web browser, if you don’t see any output on the web browser then at that instant, click on window —-> web browser and select the browser  

not to mention Some basics about HTML

Structure of a HTML document

<head> tag  is the place where you keep data that will not be visible to end-users  but adds functionalities to the web page such as title, styles

<body> tag is the place where keep content of the page such as headings, buttons, text

Comment in HTML file

in a word, To comment in an HTML file use the below code

that is to say, body tag applied all over Html document, usually, there has to be only one body tag that will be available in the whole Html document

The things that a body tag can do can also be done with the help of CSS and it is also, recommended to use CSS instead of  a body tag

to begin with, Let’s see, How to use a body tag  in an Html document

Headings tags

A paragraph  , sub tag and sup tag.

on this occasion, let’s see how we can  write subscript(sub tag) and superscript(sup tag) in Html and how we can use it, to generate subscript and superscripts to the letters

The sub and sup elements

water H 2 O

Temperature in degrees 30 °C text.

Create space in Html

Striking a text.

Note: strike tag is removed from the HTML5

striking a text

hi there! People, let’s see, how we can strike a text? Successfully !

Second paragraph!

Third paragraph

Hyperlinks are nothings but Html links that you can create to link a text,  image, button, or any other  element to a certain destination

Example Text :To use the below code,  you need to copy and paste code in your Arduino ide and install a library called ESPAsyncWebServer

Use ” target=”_blank” to open the link in a new tab window

Linking a text and button

CSS (cascading style sheets)

in brief, CSS is used to style the HTML document and it consists of 3 major attributes

  • Selectors: [a selector is an HTML tag at which you can apply a style such as  <h1> or <p1> etc]
  • Property: [for example, colour is a property which denotes the colour of the text ]
  • Property value: [ for example, the colour property has property value #ff0000 for red and #00ff00 for green]

How to link a CSS style sheet  to an HTML document

in general, There are three ways by which you can link a CSS style sheet to an HTML document

this time, You can create an external file in eclipse by right-clicking the project folder in my case Demo folder —>new —>CSS.FILE—>write file with .css extention  —>finish

Inline style defines within a specific element so, that it will not interfere with the other remainging elements on the web page

To write a CSS you need to use style tag <style></style> but is recommended to place in the <head></head> tags of your html document

This is a heading

This is a paragraph.

How to use Classes and ids

not to mention, by using classes you can change tags with different styles and  use the below code by creating an external .css file called style.css

NOTE : to begin with, always use dot(.) prefix for class

For example(.blue, .yellow, .pink)

For ids replace the word class with ids and also replace the prefix dot(.) with a hash(#)

You can use classes and ids but the best practice is that ids have to be unique on a page

Because it will be helpful for you when you write a java script

Meta tag in HTML

in short, The meta tag provides information related to the HTML page and the content of the meta tag will not be visible to the end-user or web page

Meta tags, metadata is used by browsers and search engines to get information related to a webpage such as description, keywords, author, character set

in general, the Meta tags are always used in <head> element

not to mention,The meta tag viewport will scale the web page  to a mobile device or any other device

in brief, The span tag is a line tag and it is used to format a text

hi there! People I have just created a paragraph to explain the concept of span tag and let me create a second line of the paragraph so that I can extend the paragraph

When we use span tag it will not have any effect on the text

Because to format, a text span won’t have any local attributes we can only use global attributes(such as class, ids, style) in the span tag that we usually use in other tags

in sum, The div tag divides the whole Html document into different sections and the div element is often used as a container(similar to a box) for other Html elements

When we use a div tag it will not have any effect on the div section

Because to format, a section div won’t have any local attributes we can only use global attributes(such as class, ids, style) in the div tag that we usually use in other tags

to sum up, We can change the properties of div by using CSS

Difference between div tag and span tag

Both div tag and span tag are similar to each but div tag is used for a section of elements while the span is used for inline

In the below code, the span tag is interchanged with the div tag so that you can see the difference

in case, If you have noticed!

That when I applied div into the line of a text, it immediately move to next line similarly, in case of span tags it works smoothly within the single line of text

Some div tag examples

table of content

Position a text

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Java web development with Eclipse WTP - Tutorial

1. eclipse web tool platform, 2. installation and configuration of eclipse wtp, 3.1. setting up runtime environments, 3.2. starting a web server, 4.1. create web project, 4.2. creating data access object, 4.3. creating the servlet, 4.4. deployment of the servlet, 4.5. validate the deployment, 5. web archive - how to create a war file from eclipse, 6. web development resources.

Eclipse Web Tool Platform (WTP). This tutorial describes the development of servlets and Java web application with Eclipse WTP.

The Eclipse WTP project provides tools for developing standard Java web applications. Typical web artifacts in a Java environment are HTML, CSS and XML files, webservices and servlets. Eclipse WTP simplifies the creation these web artifacts. It provides runtime environments in which these artifacts can be deployed, started and debugged.

In Eclipse WTP you create Dynamic Web Projects . These projects provide the necessary functionality to run, debug and deploy Java web applications.

Eclipse WTP supports all major web containers. This includes Jetty and Apache Tomcat as well as most Java EE application server. In this tutorial we use Apache Tomcat as the web container.

The tutorial describes the creation of a web application using Java servlets.

Your Eclipse IDE might already have the WTP tooling installed, in this case skip this step.

Use the Eclipse Update Manager to install the following features from the Web, XML, Java EE Developmentand OSGi Enterprise Development category.

Eclipse Java EE Developer Tools

Eclipse Java Web Developer Tools

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JST Server Adapters

JST Server Adapters Extensions

Eclipse WTP installation

3. Web server configuration in Eclipse

Download the latest version of Tomcast from http://tomcat.apache.org/ . Extract them to your file system.

To configure Eclipse WTP, select from the menu Window   Preferences   Server   Runtime Environments . Press the Add button.

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Select your version of Tomcat and select the Create a new local server flag.

WTPConfig20

Point to your existing Tomcat download.

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Press the Finish and afterwards OK .

You are now control the Tomcat server instance from your Eclipse IDE.

Once you have configure a local Tomcat server the Servers view allows you to start start and stop this server. To open this view select Window   Show View   Other…​   Server   Servers…​ .

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You can stop and start the Tomcat server via the Servers view.

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4. Exercise: Create and run a servlet

In this exercise you create a servlet which works as a webpage counter. It tracks the number of visitors of the webpage and persists the number in a text file.

Create a new Dynamic Web Project called com.vogella.web.filecounter by selecting File   New   Other…​   Web   Dynamic Web Project .

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Press twice the Next button and select the Generate web.xml deployment descriptor on the last page.

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Afterwards press the Finish button.

If Eclipse asks you, to switch to the Java EE Perspective answer yes.

A new project has been created with the standard structure of a Java web application. The WEB-INF/lib directory holds all the JAR files that the Java web application requires.

Create a new package called com.vogella.web.filecounter.dao .

Create the following new Java class to read and write the counter value to and from the file.

Create a servlet. Right-click on your project and select New   Servlet .

Enter the following data.

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Press finish .

You could also create a servlet without the wizard. The wizard creates a Java class which extends the javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet and adds the servlet settings to the web.xml file.

Enter the following code.

This code will read the counter from a file on the server and return plain text to the browser. The servlet will increase the counter if the user was inactive for 5 seconds.

You application must be deployed to the server and started there. Select your servlet or your project, right-click on it and select Run As   Run on Server from the context menu and select your existing server.

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Ensure your servlet is selected to run on the server.

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Press the Finish button.

If the deployment was successfully you should be able to access your servlet via the following URL:

The servlet will return the number of times it was accessed. If you wait 5 seconds and refresh the browser, the number should increase.

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Congratulations. You created your first working servlet with Eclipse WTP!

The following describes how to create a Web Archive (WAR) from Eclipse.

Right-click on the project and select Export .

Specify the target directory and press Finish .

You can now import the WAR file to your production Tomcat system and test the web application.

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Creating a static Web project

In the workbench, you create and maintain resources for Web applications in Web projects. If you want to create a static, content-based Web application that contains no dynamic elements, such as JSP files or servlets, use the New Static Web Project wizard.

To create a new static Web project, complete the following steps:

  • Open the Java EE perspective
  • In the Project Explorer, right click on Other Projects and select New->Other->Web->Static Web Project from the context menu. The New Static Web Project wizard starts.
  • Follow the project wizard prompts

General Information

How to create, deploy and run Java Servlet in Eclipse

  •           JDK 7
  •           Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Juno 4.2)
  •           Tomcat 7.0

You can use newer versions of these software programs.

Table of Content:

1. Create Dynamic Web Project

2. Create Servlet class

3. Deploy the servlet

4. Run and test the servlet

1. Create Java Dynamic Web Project

-           Project name: MyFirstServlet

-           Target runtime: Apache Tomcat v7.0. If Apache Tomcat v7.0 is not available in the dropdown list, click New Runtime button. The dialog New Server Runtime Environment appears, select Apache Tomcat v7.0:

new server runtime environment

Click Next . In the next screen, click Browse button to select Tomcat installation directory:

specify tomcat installation directory

Click Finish and Apache Tomcat v7.0 will be added to the dropdown list.

-           Dynamic web module version: 3.0

-           Configuration: Default Configuration for Apache Tomcat v7.0

New Dynamic Web Project screen 1

The configuration we have chosen conforms to Servlet specification version 3.0.

Leave other stuff as default, click Finish . The MyFirstServlet project is created.

2. Create Java Servlet class

-           Java package: net.codejava

-           Class name: HelloServlet

Create Servlet dialog

-           The annotation @WebServlet tells that the annotated class is a servlet. This annotation has been introduced since Servlet API 3.0. The URL mapping /HelloServlet is passed as a parameter of the annotation.

-           HttpServlet class is the base class for all servlets that are serving client’s requests through HTTP.

-           The doGet() method is overridden from the HttpServlet class, since we have chosen to override it in the dialog Create Servlet .

-           The no-argument constructor HelloServlet() is generated to place initialization code. Since we don’t initialize anything, this constructor can be safely deleted.

response.getWriter().println("Hello friend!" ) ;

project structure

3. Deploy the Java Servlet

new server dialog

4. Run and test the Java servlet

server started

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How To Create Dynamic Web Project Using Eclipse [Step By Step Explanation]

How To Create Dynamic Web Project Using Eclipse [Step By Step Explanation]

Creating a dynamic web project using Eclipse is a crucial skill for web developers aiming to build interactive and responsive applications. How To Create Dynamic Web Projects using Eclipse is a comprehensive guide for professionals at any stage of their career, offering step-by-step ins tructions to master this essential aspect of web devel opment. Unlike static web proj ects, dynamic ones interact with users in real time, processing and displaying data according to user requests. Eclipse, a leading integrated de velopment environment (IDE), provides a power ful platform for deve lopers to construct, deploy, and manage dynamic web projects efficiently . This article will delve into key a reas, including the difference between static and dynamic we b projects, how to i nitiate a dynamic web project in Eclipse, addressing the common ‘Eclipse Dynamic Web Project Mi ssing’ error , and providing final thoughts for a smooth development process .

This guide is designed to equip developers with the necessary tools and knowledge to navigate the complexities of creating dynamic web projects, ensuring they are well-prepared to tackle the challenges of modern web development.  

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Difference between static and dynamic web projects.

A common question among students is what’s the difference between static web projects and dynamic ones. Static web projects don’t have Java and its related technologies (JSP, servlets, etc.). They only have essential web development components, such as HTML and CSS. They don’t have external files or databases. This keeps them simple and relatively easy to modify but restricts their functionality substantially. 

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Dynamic web projects have more advanced components, such as Java, PHP, ASP, etc. They have a lot of focus on server-side development. Dynamic web projects offer many advantages over static web projects as they can provide more information and functionalities. It would be best if you chose dynamic web projects over static web projects because of these facilities. Dynamic web projects allow you to manage more information and create complex and advanced websites. 

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How to launch a dynamic web project in eclipse.

First, we’ll start Eclipse and switch to the Java EE perspective. 

Click on the ‘File’ button, which will show you a menu. Select ‘New’ there and choose the dynamic web project option there. Now select ‘Next’ to proceed to the next step.

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Now you’ll see a menu pop up where you have to enter your project name. Enter your desired project name. Before selecting the ‘Finish’ button, you first have to take care of the Target Runtime. 

There are three possibilities in this section: you may have the server runtime installed, not installed, or the field might be blank. All of them require different steps. 

First, let’s discuss the situation where you don’t have the server runtime installed. In this case, the Target runtime field wouldn’t have any option configured automatically. So you’d have to click on ‘New’ and get the required Target runtime. 

If you had installed Tomcat 5.0 previously, and the default workbench JRE is JRE 1.4, the software would select Apache Tomcat v5.0 as the default Target runtime. In this case, you don’t have to choose any Target runtime. Click the Finish button to proceed to the next step.

However, it is possible to have the Target runtime field blank. In that case, select Next to head to the Project Facet page and choose Java version 1.4 there. You’d see the Apache Tomcat v5.0 appear in the ‘Runtimes’ section. Please select it and click on Bind to bind the selected Java version to the runtime. Once done, click the ‘Finish’ button, and this still will finish. 

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Now that we have given our project a name and have selected its runtime, we only have to do a few formalities to start our Eclipse dynamic web project. When you complete the previous step, you’d see a license agreement, select Yes to accept it, and proceed to the final step. 

Select ‘Yes’ on the new window. It would open the J2EE perspective where you can see your newly created project under the Dynamic Web Projects folder of the Project Explorer. You can see your project’s contents by selecting it, and that’s it. You have now successfully created an Eclipse dynamic web project. 

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Fixing the Eclipse Dynamic Web Project Missing Error

Sometimes people can’t find the option to start a Dynamic Web Project Using Eclipse. It is a common error and frustrates many users. If you don’t see the option to launch a Dynamic Web Project Using Eclipse, then you should follow these steps to fix this issue:

Open Eclipse in your system and click on the ‘Help’ button. You’d see a menu appear, select the ‘Install New Software’ option there.  

Now you’d see an input field called ‘Work with.’ Add the following link there:  http://download.eclipse.org/releases/mars .

However, the link we have shared here is specifically for the mars version of Eclipse. If you have another Eclipse version in your system, you’d have to use a different link. It isn’t tricky. Replace ‘mars’ with the name of your Eclipse version, and you’ll be good to go. 

After you add the link we shared above, and you’ll see multiple folders open. ‘Find the Web, XML, Java EE and OSGI Enterprise Development’ option there and under it, select these three options:

  • Eclipse Web Developer Tools
  • Eclipse Java EE Developer Tools
  • Eclipse Java Web Developer Tools

You’d see many other options but ignore them for now. Once you have selected these options, click next, and the software would start the installation. After the software installation finishes, you’d see a popup that would ask you to restart Eclipse. So, restart Eclipse, and that’s it. When you’d head to Eclipse’s menu now, you would find the dynamic web project option. You have successfully fixed the error in Eclipse. 

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Final thoughts.

We hope you found this guide on Dynamic Web Project Using Eclipse useful. You can now launch dynamic web projects in Eclipse quickly. If you have any questions or thoughts on this article, please let us know through the comments section below. We’d love to hear from you.

You can learn more about Java and its related solutions on our blog. We regularly share informational and exciting resources (like this one) there. The following are some articles for your further reading.

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Plugins for any programming language are available in the Eclipse IDE, allowing it to quickly recognize keywords and aid in the development of applications on this platform. It gives a workspace where the user may group all of their projects into one. The source files, artifacts, and pictures may all be kept in one single workspace. The user has total control over the workspace name and project management in a single workspace. It includes editors and views for moving between IDEs and editing material. In Eclipse IDE, these various perspectives are referred to as viewpoints. A different view is offered to the user for each set of data.

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Servlets are the Java programs that run on the Java-enabled web server or application server. They are used to handle the request obtained from the webserver, process the request, produce the response, then send a response back to the webserver. 

Prerequisites:

  • Eclipse IDE installed – You can download from https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
  • Running server – To run the servlet, we need a server. we can use any Webserver/Application server such as IBM Websphere, Glassfish, Tomcat, etc., in this example we will be using Apache Tomcat server. You can download the latest Tomcat version from https://tomcat.apache.org/

Once the Eclipse is installed and configured with the Tomcat server, below are the steps to create a basic Servlet in Eclipse IDE.

Steps to Create Servlet

In this example, we will create a basic servlet that displays a Welcome message to the user in the browser.

Step 1: Create a Dynamic web project

  • In Eclipse, go to File -> New -> Dynamic Web Project and click on it.

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  • After clicking on Dynamic web project , the below window will open to enter the required project details.

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  • Enter the Project Name .
  • Check if the location where the project saves is correct.
  • Check if the Run time selected for the project is displaying. If you want to change any of the configurations for runtime, you can do by clicking Modify .
  • Click on Next.

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  • The source folders on the build path and the classes folder will be displayed here.
  • Click on Next .

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  • This is the web module creation, where all your HTML and JSP pages will be added.
  • We can also generate a Deployment Descriptor – web.xml file to define the mappings between URL paths and the servlets to handle the requests with those paths. This can also be done using @WebServlet() annotation in the Servlet class.
  • In this example, we will be using annotation in our servlet class to map the URL path.
  • But for the demonstration purpose to show the web.xml file creation in the project, we will select the web.xml checkbox also.
  • Click on Finish.

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Project Structure

  • In this way, the project structure should be created.

Step 2: servlet-api.jar file 

As we are working with servlets, we need to have the servlet-api.jar file in our project. This jar is a library that contains all the interfaces and classes of the Servlet API, so we can use its functionality to develop our web application.

  • In this example, we are using the Apache Tomcat server to run the project.
  • Tomcat container is an open-source Java servlet container that implements several core Java enterprise functionalities like the Java Servlet, JSP, etc., so it provides this servlet-api.jar file by default.
  • You can check the jar file in the below path if you are using the Tomcat server only.

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  • As you can see, under Apache Tomcat, there is a servlet-api.jar file by default.

For Different servers:

  • In case, if you are using a different server and the servlet-api.jar file is not there, you can download it from Maven Repository .
  • Add the downloaded jar file as an external jar to your project like below,

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  • Go to the project name and right-click on it. Go to Build Path -> Configure Build Path .

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  • In this window, it will show all the libraries that are associated with the project, and also you can add any required jar files to your project.
  • Go to the Libraries tab and click on Add External JARs .
  • Select the servlet-api.jar file from the location you downloaded and add.

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  • Once the jar file is added, click on Apply and Close.
  • The added jar file will be visible under the lib folder in your project.

Step 3: Create Servlet Class

  • To create a Servlet, go to folder src -> New -> Servlet.

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  • If the Servlet option is not there, go to Other and search for Servlet.

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  • It is a good practice to create Java classes inside Packages.
  • Enter the package name and Class name .
  • Java Servlets are available under javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet. So the Superclass is HttpServlet.

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  • As we learned about the URL mappings while creating the project, we can specify those URL mapping for the particular servlet here.
  • The URL specified here should be used in mapping the servlets either in web.xml or by using annotation.
  • It will show the default mapping name but if you want, you can change that by selecting the URL and clicking on Edit.

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  • HTTP Servlet is a protocol-specific Servlet and it provides all these methods that are shown in the above screenshot.
  • We can use these methods based on our requirements.
  • For example, if we want to implement logic while initialization of the servlet, we can override the init() method.
  • For HTTP GET requests, to get the information for the request, we can use the doGet() method.
  • Get more information on HTTP Servlet methods here .
  • In this example, we are just showing a Welcome message to the user. So, select the doGet Checkbox.

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HelloServlet.java

  • As shown above, it creates the HelloServlet.java Servlet class with the doGet() method we selected.
  • As you can see, it automatically provided the @WebServlet(“/HelloServlet”) annotation for this servlet to map the URL. So, there is no need to enter the mapping again in the web.xml file.
  • In Java for every class there will be a default constructor, so that constructor is also auto-generated here.
  • If you are aware of the Serialization concept in Java, the serialVersionUID which is a version number associated with every serialization class is also generated while creating a Servlet in Eclipse IDE.

Step 4: Implement the Logic

  • In the doGet() method, implement the logic to display the welcome message to the user.
  • Once we get the Get request from the browser, the doGet() method will be executed.
  • Here, we are setting the response content type as “text/html” so that the response that is being sent to the client/browser will be considered as text/html.
  • In the java.io package, Java provides a PrintWriter class to print the formatted output to the text-output streams.
  • So, get the PrintWriter object and print the Welcome Message.
  • You need to add all the required packages in the servlet class.
  • As we specified the content type as “text/html”, the tags we mentioned in the output stream – out.print() will be considered as the HTML tags and the message “Welcome to GeeksForGeeks” will be written in the response to the browser.

Step 5: Run the Project

  • Right-click on the HelloServlet.java class, Run As -> Run on Server.

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  • If you want to Debug the servlet, you can click on Debug also here.

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  • Make sure the Tomcat server is configured properly on localhost and click on Next.

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  • Check the Project you created is in configured section and then click on Finish.
  • If the project is showing in the Available section, select the project and click on Add to configure the project on the server.
  • Once the server is started, it will configure and run the HelloServlet.java file on the server.

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  • You can run the URL: http://localhost:8080/JavaServlets/HelloServlet in the browser.
  • Make sure the URL specified in the Servlet “/HelloServlet” is mapped correctly.

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