JSP Introduction.

What is JSP?

  • JSP (Java Server Pages) are components in a web, or JEE, application that consist of HTML tags with Java code added to the HTML.
  • Java codes that are implemented in HTML documents will be included in what we call JSP elements.
  • These JSP elements are specified either in the form of XML tags, or in the form of JSP style notations.
  • As components in a JEE application, JSP runs on a server and respond to requests from clients.
  • JSP executes inside a JSP container on the Web-server or Application server.

Developing JSP Pages

  1. Creation:
    • The developer creates a JSP source file that contains HTML and embedded Java code.
  2. Deployment:
    • The JSP is installed into a server. This can be a full JEE server or a stand-alone JSP server.
  3. Translation & compilation:
    • The JSP container translates the HTML and Java code into a Java code source file.
    • This file is then compiled into a Java class that is executed by the server.
    • The class file created from the JSP is known as the JSP page implementation class.
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