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Index: R

raw socket connections and HTTP: 10.1.1. HTTP and Raw Socket Connections
10.3.1. The Design
11.2.1. An Improved getServlet( )
RDBMS
definition: 9.1. Relational Databases
internal programming language: 9.5.1. Stored Procedures
readLine( ) method: 4.4.9. Wading the Input Stream
redirected output: 13.4.4. Executing Finger with Redirected Output
redirecting a request: 5.6.2. Redirecting a Request
reference books
CGI: 1.1.1. Common Gateway Interface
digital certificates: 8.2. Digital Certificates
HTTP: 2.1. HTTP Basics
4.4.8. Request Headers
Java: 0.1.1. What You Need to Know
SQL: 9.1. Relational Databases
see also books: 1.1.1. Common Gateway Interface
reference, invalid: 1.3.4. Safety
Referer header: 4.4.8. Request Headers
referrals, identifying: 4.4.8. Request Headers
reflection to invoke methods: 11.1. Servlet Manipulation
Refresh header: 6.3. Server Push
registered name: 2.3.2. Running Hello World
2.4.1. Writing a Server-Side Include
3.1.5. A Holistic Counter
4.1.2. Getting Init Parameter Names
registry server: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
10.2.5.2. The superclass
10.2.5.2. The superclass
regular expression searching: 1.3.2. Power
regular expressions: 13.3. Using Regular Expressions
Relational Database Management System, see RDBMS: 9.1. Relational Databases
reloading servlets: 3.2. Servlet Reloading
Remote Method Invocation, see RMI: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
remote object servlet: 10.2.5.1. The servlet
10.2.5.2. The superclass
10.2.5.2. The superclass
RemoteDaemonHttpServlet class: 10.3. Chat Server
RemoteHttpServlet class: 10.2.5.2. The superclass
removeValue( ) method: 7.5.1. Session-Tracking Basics
removing <BLINK>: 2.5.1. Creating a Servlet Chain
13.3.1. Improving Deblink with Regular Expressions
request
header: 4.4.8.1. Accessing header values
parameters: 4.4.1. Request Parameters
redirecting: 5.6.2. Redirecting a Request
request parameters, parsing: 13.1. Parsing Parameters
resource bundles: 12.5.3. Resource Bundles
response
body: 5.1. The Structure of a Response
headers
example: 2.1.1. Requests, Responses, and Headers
partial table of: 5.6. HTTP Headers
image: 6.1. Images
structure: 5.1. The Structure of a Response
ResultSet class
getAsciiStream( ) method: 9.5.2. Binaries and Books
getBinaryStream( ) method: 9.5.2. Binaries and Books
9.5.2. Binaries and Books
getObject( ) method: 9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries
getString( ) method: 9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries
indexes, numbered 1 to n: 9.2.5. Result Sets in Detail
next( ) method: 9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries
ResultSetMetaData class
getColumnCount( ) method: 9.2.5. Result Sets in Detail
getColumnLabel( ) method: 9.2.5. Result Sets in Detail
Retry-After header: 5.6. HTTP Headers
returnConnection( ) method: 9.4.3. Connection Pooling
reusing abilities of another servlet: 11.2. Servlet Reuse
11.2.2. Reusing ChatServlet
rewriting URLs: 7.3. URL Rewriting
RFC 1630 (about URIs, URLs, and URNs): 4.4.5. Determining What Was Requested
RFC 1521 (Base64 encoding): 8.1.2. Custom Authorization
RFC 2278 (charsets): 12.3.1. Charsets
RFC 2109 (cookie specification): 7.4. Persistent Cookies
RFC 1867 (file-uploading specification): 4.4.9.3. Receiving files using the input stream
RFC 2070 (HTML internationalization): 12.6. HTML Forms
RFC 2279 (UTF-8 character set): 12.4.1. UCS-2 and UTF-8
RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
advantages: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
API: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
client servlets: 13.6. Acting as an RMI Client
communication: 10.2.5. RMI Communication
disadvantages: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
firewall limitations: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
no requests or responses: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
registry server: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
10.2.5.2. The superclass
10.2.5.2. The superclass
rmic compiler: 10.2.5.1. The servlet
10.3.5. The RMI Applet
servlet feature: 1.3.2. Power
supported by Netscape Navigator only: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
transport layer: 10.1.3. JDBC, RMI, and a Little CORBA
rmic (RMI compiler): 10.2.5.1. The servlet
10.3.5. The RMI Applet
rogues, fiendish: 8. Security
rollback( ) method: 9.4.1. Using Transactions with JDBC
root directory of server: 4.2.1. Getting Information About the Server


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