Servlet – Registration Form
We will need to link your servlet application to a database in order to create a registration form. Here we are using MySQL database. Registration form using Html, Servlet, and MYSQL.
- Design registration page using Html.
- Create a Database and table in the MYSQL workbench.
- Database connectivity in java using JDBC MYSQL.
We can see the flow of the Registration form below diagram as follows:
Firstly we take input from the user by using the index.html file after this step we send that data to the GfgRegister.java file which is a servlet file. In Servlet we have connected our Mysql database by using the MySQL jar file. If there is no error in input then data will be inserted into our database table and we will get the message of successful insertion of data.
Creating a Table in Database
create table GfgLogin ( name varchar(60), email varchar(60), pass varchar(100) )
A. File: web.xml
B. File: GfgRegister.java
C. File: index.html
Output: Run your index.html file, you will get the following output:
After you’ve entered your information and clicked the register button, you’ll see the screen below.
Data stored in the database is as shown below in below media as follows: