It gets all the fields from the Registration Form in the request parameters.
Below are the methods which we would add to this servlet.
In this example, we would use which we used in Login Servlet, to spice things up.
Below is the code: The do Post() method is provided below.It has inline comment to explain key control logic.Below is the method execute Query: If your database has different dbname, username or password, you will need to update this and recompile you java file for the application to be able to connect to My SQL database.Next, we would look at the code in the Registration Servlet.It validates and returns a boolean indicating success or failure of the validation.
generate Insert Query() fetches the request parameters and generates the insert query which will be passed on to the execute Query method of the Connection Util.
In this example we are going to see how to use Hibernate Query Language (HQL).
Create a simple java project in Eclipse, and add hibernate related jar files to the classpath of the project. In this example we are going to see how to use Hibernate Query Language (HQL).
The do Post is the entry point to the servlet for html form POST. The other methods are in a way, do not do the controller work.
We use them for simple tasks which do not warranty creating other classes in our case.
CREATE TABLE `users` ( `first_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `last_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `email_address` VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL, `secret_question` VARCHAR(200) NULL DEFAULT NULL, `secret_answer` VARCHAR(200) NULL DEFAULT NULL, `user_name` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, `password` VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`user_name`) ) COLLATE='latin1_swedish_ci' ENGINE=Inno DB; A screenshot of the development environment is provided below.