Dreamweaver and JSP
December 27, 2002 by vinay jain

How to access JSP with Dreamweaver. Most of the books and tutorials out there talks about using ASP with Dreamweaver. I need to know how to use JSP and JavaBeans with Dreamweaver. Can anyone please point me out in the right direction, may be it is a book or an online article or something. I am a new user of Dreamweaver and I am having difficulty working with the JSP/JavaBeans architecture with Dreamweaver.

Looking for extensive examples of JSP pages, web applications, web services, any type of JPS documents with Dreamweaver MX. JSP is cool but so hard to learn and DMX's support and moreover, Macromedia's support of JSP is close to null.

Let's make DMX the best developing tool for JSP Web Applications!

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Getting parameter.
September 8, 2006 by Wasiu Kareem


I am a beginner in using dreamweaver and all the reports I have read in this site are questions.How can I get the answers to the questions in a report? 

I designed  three pages somebody please asists me on how to get parameters from the first and second pages to the third page using hidden attribute in Jsp.

Re: Dreamweaver and JSP
February 7, 2004 by Ian H

I was having problems as well using JavaBeans and JSP in Dreamweaver. I coded and compiled my JavaBeans according to the spec but whenever I tried to insert the jar file into DMX using the Applications > Components panel, I got the error message "Package.class (Unsupported major.minor version 48.0)". I finally solved it, however. I was using J2SDK 1.4.1 before, but now I switched to JDK 1.3.1 and everything works fine. Now I can create my own JavaBeans and insert them into JSP pages no problem.

The next step is to start using MVC architecture for all my JSP sites so I can load data into those request- and session-scoped JavaBeans before serving them to the user in JSP pages. I also want to try associating JavaBean properties with form variables so I can easily get data from the user to send to a servlet in object form.

I'm with you Vinay, let's share our knowledge about using DMX for developing Java-based Web applications.