Community articleJSP Sample Application
Added by IBM contributorIBM on July 26, 2013
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Java Server Pages (JSP) is a platform independent technology designed to make it easier to add dynamic content to web pages. A web application server compiles JSP scripts into Java servlets that are executed by the server's Java virtual machine. The resulting dynamic content is inserted into the web document that is then displayed in the end user's web browser. Because JSP technology integrates with both HTML and XML documents, you can use JSP to extend the capabilities of XFDL forms.
This section assumes that you are familiar with both JSP and XFDL. The information in this section is not intended to show you how to write JSP scripts. Rather, its purpose is to explain how to integrate XFDL with JSP. For information on JSP refer to http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/. For more information on XFDL, refer to the XFDL Specification.
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