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Xml deployment descriptor for the SimpleServlet application. They include the initialization parameter names and values.  .  . How It Works Oftentimes there is a requirement to set initialization parameters for a servlet in order to initialize certain values. Servlets can accept any number of initialization parameters, and there are a couple of ways in which they can be set. xml deployment descriptor, as demonstrated in Solution #2. 0 API. Therefore, Solution #1 is the more contemporary approach, but Solution #2 remains valid for following an older model or using an older Java servlet release.

For more information on registering a servlet via the @WebServlet annotation, see Recipe 1-4. The @WebInitParam annotation accepts a name-value pair as an initialization parameter. In the solution to this recipe, the parameter name is name, and the value is Duke. @WebInitParam(name="name", value="Duke") Once set, the parameter can be used within code by calling getServletConfig(). println("

This is a simple servlet to demonstrate context! getInitParameter("name") + "

"); The annotations have the benefit of providing ease of development, and they also make it easier to maintain servlets as a single package rather than jumping back and forth between the servlet and the deployment descriptor.

Second, in the case that there are potentially long-running methods, code them so that you will become aware of a shutdown and, if necessary, halt and return so that the servlet can shut down cleanly. The following code excerpt is a small example of a destroy method. In this code, it is being used to initialize local variables and is setting the beingDestroyed boolean value to indicate that the servlet is shutting down.  .  . The code within the destroy method may successfully achieve a full cleanup of the servlet, but in the case where there may be a long-running task, then it must be notified of a shutdown.

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