Class Name 
The MultipartRequest class is used to process the application form. 
Since the application form contains mixed content (both an input stream 
for a file upload, and regular form data), the processing is different from 
a standard doGet() servlet method. Please see Section 5.3 for a 
detailed discussion of file uploading with servlets. 
The MyCalendar class is the interface between the MySQL date format 
and the Java date format of the GregorianCalendar class. Conversion 
methods are provided in this class. 
Supplementary classes to access the corresponding database tables. 
Table 6: Permit System, Description of Internal Classes 
When a servlet is invoked by the servlet engine (i.e. the client has requested the servlet by 
selecting a hyperlink or pressing a button on one of the JSP pages), other methods from non 
servlet classes are called by the servlet to perform the requested action.  This could be storing 
information to, or retrieving information from the database, for example. The servlet also 
displays a result page, e.g. the confirmation that a database update was handled successfully, 
or the contents of a retrieved database result set. A typical servlet doing this is shown below. 
package Permit;
import javax.servlet.*;
import javax.servlet.http.*;
import java.sql.*;
// Servlet class to list all companies.
public class CompanyList extends HttpServlet {
// doGet() Handles the HTTP request for listing all companies.
public void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse res)
throws ServletException, IOException {
// Instantiate a string buffer to hold the generated HTML page.
StringBuffer str = new StringBuffer();
// Start page output to the string buffer
// Insert the page header including the style sheet link
MyHTML.startPage(str,"List of All Companies","../style.css");
// Add the page banner
// Add the Navigation Bar

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