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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.

  • Create data on the server and give it to a JSP first. A list of student objects will be produced in a servlet and passed to a JSP using setAttribute ().
  • The JSP will then use getAttribute to retrieve the data that was sent ().
  • The JSP will then present the retrieved data in a tabular format.

  • Create a Domain Entity Class in the first step.
  • Create a Hibernate Configuration file in step two.
  • Create a Hibernate Utility Class in step three.
  • In the database, create a Student.
  • Reading Student data from the STUDENT database table.

  • index. jsp- To retrieve data from a database with the option of updating it.
  • update. jsp- Display employee data based on the selected employee id (for example, if you pick employee id 2, it will only display information for id 2)
  • update-process.jsp - Update the user data after it has been edited.

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