servlet coffee shop locator | Custom PHD Thesis

servlet coffee shop locator

Management of Workflow II Project 1Automation
February 8, 2016
Computer
February 8, 2016

In this assignment you are to create a coffee shop locator servlet. Your servlet should be located at:

http://cs3.calstatela.edu:8080/cs320stuXX/Homework3/CoffeeShopLocator

As usual, substitute XX with your CS3 account number.

Your servlet should exhibit the following behavior:

GET
A GET request with no parameters should display a search form. Your search form should have the following form elements:
An INPUT of type text with name query
A SELECT with the name type
The OPTIONs of the SELECT should be: Location, City, and Zip
POST
A POST request should display the search form, with sticky values, along with the search results in a table.
Your table should have an id results.
Your search results will be a list of coffee shops that match the search criteria.
To be valid, a POST request must always contain two parameters: query and type.
Acceptable values for the type parameter are: location, city, and zip. NOTE: These values are case sensitive.
A description of each search type is listed below.
Location Search
When the User selects Location from the drop-down select box on the search form, you should expect a latitude/longitude pair to

be present in the search form.
For example, a User would enter 33.9733, -118.244 into the search box. Your servlet will be responsible for parsing the

latitude and longitude values out of the submitted value.
Your servlet can assume a default search radius of 10 miles.
Your servlet will then report a list of all coffee shop locations that are within the search radius Using the Great Circle

Distance formula outlined at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great-circle_distance.
City and Zip Code Search
When the User selects City or Zip form the drop-down select box, you should expect a city name (or partial name), or a zip code

to be submitted as the query.
NOTE: Your servlet should support partial matches when searching city names, and should be case insensitive. Do not, however,

allow partial matches for zip code searches.
A coffee shop location should be reported when the city, or zip code is a match.
Data Source
Your data source will be a CSV file located in your /WEB-INF/ directory
also telphone number and address need to be shown
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