JSP v/s Servlets as an entry point to a J2EE application
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Posted By:   Shailendra_Kadre
Posted On:   Thursday, March 6, 2003 02:32 AM

We want to provide a single point entry to our application for obvious securiry reasons. One way to do his can be to give access to to the application through a JSP which calls other beans & JSP based on menu choice. The other & more adopted way is to provide an entry servlet which processes the incomung requests & delegates to appropriate view and bean. Which one out of the two approaches is better from secururity point of view & why ?

Re: JSP v/s Servlets as an entry point to a J2EE application

Posted By:   Alex_Koyfman  
Posted On:   Thursday, March 13, 2003 09:00 AM

Sounds like you need to look into MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern... Jakarta Struts...

Re: JSP v/s Servlets as an entry point to a J2EE application

Posted By:   Ninad_Jambhekar  
Posted On:   Thursday, March 6, 2003 01:37 PM

Is there really any difference ?



REMEMBER: The JSPs are basically simplified servlets.



So, sounds like in both cases you pretty much are facing same level of risks.
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