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Date Timedate and timeDownloading FilesDownload a file in Java using EclipseEclipseAdd a JAR file to Java Build Path in EclipseAdd an application server to Eclipse (Server Target Runtime)Configure Eclipse to use a certain version of JavaConnect to an LDAP server in EclipseCreate a Dynamic Web Project in EclipseCreate a servlet in EclipseCreate a web service in EclipseExport an application to a WAR file in EclipseExport an application to an EAR file in EclipseExporting an application to a file in EclipseImport a package class in EclipseInstall Eclipse on LinuxInstall IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools in EclipseInstall WindowBuilder GUI in EclipseLogging using Log4j in EclipseWorkspaces in EclipseFundamentalsAnnotationsAuthenticationContext RootCookiesForm data (POST GET)JSP extensionsUse a class in a Java Archive (JAR)Use classes in a JARWhat is a process and what is a thread in Java on Linuxif elsif else statementsif elsif else statementsImportImport a class or bean into a JSP pageInstallInstall Java on LinuxJAR commandCreate a JAR file on the command lineExtract a JAR file on the command lineList files in a JAR file on the command lineJAR FilesCreate a JAR file that can be run as a Java Application from the command lineJava Keystores and TruststorestrustedCertEntry vs PrivateKeyEntryUnderstanding the difference between a Java keystore and a truststoreJava keytool commandGetting Started with the Java keytool commandChange keystore or truststore password using the java keytool commandCreate a keystore using the Java keytool commandCreate a truststore using the Java keytool commandDelete a certificate from a keystore or truststore using the Java keytool commandExport a certificate from a keystore or truststore using the Java keytool commandImport a certificate into a keystore or truststore using the Java keytool commandList the certificates in a CER CRT PEM file using the Java keytool commandList the certificates in a keystore or truststore using the Java keytool commandJava ProgrammingCreate a simple Java app in Linux on the command lineJSTLJSTL date formatJSTL if else statements using c:choose c:when c:otherwiseJSTL if statements using c:if testJSTL Loop through an array using c:forTokenJSTL Session IDJSTL SQL countJSTL variable using c:set and c:outLoggingLogConfig.xml (log level)Printing OutputSystem.out.printlnProperties FilesObtain data from a properties filereturnreturn a value from a class to a JSP pageSessionsSessions in a JSP pageSQLConnect to a SQL database via DataSourceConnect to a SQL database via DriverManagerSQL selectSSLget Private KeyTerminologyUnderstanding beansUnderstanding classUnderstanding classpathUnderstanding constructorsUnderstanding methodsUnderstanding Public Private ProtectedUnderstanding variablesTroubleshootingResolve "Could not load the server configuration" in EclipseResolve "Failed to load Premain-Class manifest attribute"Resolve "no main manifest attribute"Resolve "No suitable driver found for jdbc/mySQL"URL ConnectGet HTTP response code using Eclipse

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