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Core JavaServer by Cay Horstmann, David Geary

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Chapter 3. Navigation

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In this short chapter, we discuss how you configure the navigation of your web application. In particular, you will learn how your application can move from one page to the next, depending on user actions and the outcomes of decisions in the business logic.

Static Navigation

Consider what happens when the user of a web application fills out a web page. The user might fill in text fields, click radio buttons, or select list entries.

All these edits happen inside the user’s browser. When the user clicks a button that posts the form data, the changes are transmitted to the ...

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