War file for your application that can be deployed on tomcat, JAVA Programming

Deliverable:  1) WAR file for your application that can be deployed and run on TomcaT (War file must contains the Java source code)

Requirement for application:
1. Application must be developed within Eclipse.
2. Application must be developed using Java SDK version 1.5.0_15
3. Application must be developed using Servlet version 2.4
4. Application must be developed using JSP version 2.0
5. Application must consist of one HTML page to capture user input.  
a. The HTML page must include the following components:
i. 5 questions in Input box format
1. 2 of the 5 input boxes must accept numeric field only
ii. 1 question in radio button format
iii. 1 question in check box format
iv. 1 question in text area format
b. All of the fields on the HTML page are required (developer determine the min and max field length).  
6. Application must consist of one CSS file to control the styling of the HTML page on #5.
a. The amount of styling is up to the developer to decide
7. Application must consist of two JSP pages.
a. First JSP will have the name of: confirmation.jsp
i. This page will print out all the information returned back from the Business class.
1. Format of the data display is up to the developer to decide
ii. This page will provide a link for user to return back to the HTML page for further data entry
b. Second JSP will have the name of: error.jsp
i. Any validation error message from the Validator class must be displayed on this JSP
ii. Any exception message thrown within the application will need to be displayed on this JSP
8. Application must consist of one Servlet class.
a. This Servlet class must not contain any business logic or presentation logic
b. This Servlet class route the request object to the Validator class to do validation
i. If any validation failed, this Servlet will
1. Put the validation error on the response object
2. Route the response object to the error.jsp page
c. This Servlet class route the validated request to the Business class to handle the business logic
i. If all successful, this Servlet will
1. Put the response from the Business class on the response object
2. Route the response object o the confirmation.jsp page
d. If there is any error happens within this Servlet or within the Business and Validate class, this Servlet will:
i. put the exception message on the response object
ii. route the response object to the error.jsp page
9. Application must consist of two "Model" classes:
a. Validator Java class
i. This class will validate each and every single input fields from the HTML page
ii. This class will put all the validation error in a ArrayList and put it onto the response object and return back to the calling class.
iii. If there is no validation error, this class will return put an empty ArrayList onto the response object and return back to the calling class.
b. Business Java class
i. One of the methods within this class will take the two numeric input fields (from the HTML page), multiple them and return the value back to the calling class.
ii. One of the methods within this class will combine the one radio button value and all of the check box values into one single String object, delimited with the "+" character and return back to the calling class.
10. Every class and method within the application must be well documented in JavaDoc Style.

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