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O'Reilly's Top 10 JSP Tips by Hans Bergsten

JavaServer Pages (JSP) is an integral API for Java-based Web application development. A JSP page contains regular markup code plus special JSP elements. When the page is requested, the static markup code and the dynamic content produced by the JSP elements are combined to form the complete response to the request. It's impossible to tell you everything you need to know to use JSP effectively in a short article like this (that's why I wrote JavaServer Pages). Instead, this article focuses on the frequently asked questions that I've heard from people who have just started to play around with JSP.



Updated: 12/26/2000
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