Build a Shopping Cart using Servlet session - repost

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build a shopping cart using servlet sessions and jsp in eclipse

html pages can be statically or dynamically build


- Pages marked restricted can only be accessed after a successful login


-Here is where your users will register to become members of your store. Once a user has registered ie: filled out a username, that has not already been taken, and a password they should be able to log in.


-The login page determines if a user has access. It should check to see if the supplied credentials (username, password) are correct. Once the user has successfully logged in you can grant them access to restricted pages.

>Catalogue – restricted

-This page displays items that you will be selling. You should have at least 3 categories of items, and at least 3 items in each category. You should allow the user to list all the items in your catalogue, or to browse through them by category. Each item can be added to the user's shopping cart.

>Shopping Cart – restricted

-The user should be able to see the items that have been added to the shopping cart. Each item should have an associated quantity that can be updated. Once a user updates the quantity, the price for that item should be updated.

>Checkout –restricted

-This page concludes the user's transaction. It should display a message informing the user of the total, and clear all shopping cart information for that user.

>My clients requirement is that just use servlet and JSP to build this cart.

>To deliver this project deadline is Tuesday October 29,2013.

>Feel free to contact if there is any question.

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