JSP Proxy Page builder writes code to the specified JSP file, so that the builder executes the specified model action instead of what the JSP file did originally.
This builder action keeps the links in existing JSP applications from breaking. The builder allows you either to re-implement the functionality of the JSP page in the current model or to associate builder calls with some elements of the JSP page without changing other parts of the page or application. Use the JSP Proxy Page builder in the following ways:
Add a model action without importing the JSP into the model
When the user accesses the JSP page, the specified model action runs and displays a page or executes a method or service call. This approach replaces the functionality of the JSP page without changing the links to that JSP page from other pages in the JSP application. Modify a JSP page in an existing application by allowing builder calls to operate on it
You can re-implement the functionality of the JSP page with other pages and builder calls in the current model.
You access the JSP page as you always did, except that, when the page runs, builder calls from the current model can act on that JSP page. You can profile those builder calls.
By adding a JSP Proxy Page builder call for each JSP page you want to modify with builder calls, you can implement a conditional automation of your JSP application.
Parent topic: Builder Reference: wpf7
About using the builder call editor: wpf7
Creating pages: wpf7