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Customers can utilise CRUD to create accounts and access those accounts when they return to a site. The user can then make changes to his or her personal information or billing details. An operations manager, on the other hand, might build product records and then call them as needed or change line items.

The acronym CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete. These are the most common and significant database and application operations. For demonstration purposes, we'll create a simple User registration application using a Servlet, MYSQL, and JDBC.

Yes, there are servlets. Servlets are no longer used in their raw form, but they are still an important link between Java and the web. The Servlets API is used by all Java web frameworks, hence it's useful to be familiar with it. However, it's quite simple: an HTTP request and an HTTP response.

JSP is slower than Servlet. Because the initial stage in the JSP lifecycle is to translate JSP to Java code and then compile, JSP is slower than Servlet. All protocol requests are accepted by Servlet. Only http requests are accepted by JSP.

CRUD stands for create, read, update, and delete, and it is a computer programming acronym that refers to the four functions that are required to develop a persistent storage application: create, read, update, and delete.

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