To do so, builds of Oracle’s JDK or OpenJDK include a command-line tool called jjs . It can be found in the bin/ folder of a JDK installation along with the well-known java , javac , or jar tools.
What can I use instead of nashorn?
You need a browser and text editor. I use Firefox for browser and Notepad++ as a text editor. Instead alert you can use document. write.
1. Read values of text field and password field
- HTML code: Username: < input type = “text” name = “username” /> Password: < input type = “password” name = “password” />
- Field image:
- Java code in servlet: String username = request.getParameter( “username” ); String password = request.getParameter( “password” ); …
- Instantiate a Java object by using the new keyword and apply the method on the newly instantiated object.
- Add the Java classes in either of the following ways: