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Faq ID 99
Product ServletExec
Category JSP, Miscellaneous
Question What is a JSP ?
Answer JSP is an acronym which stands for Java Server Page. A JSP is essentially an HTML document that has java code or special tags included. A JSP can only be run inside a Servlet/JSP Engine. When the Engine receives a request for a JSP, the engine will perform the following actions:
  1. Parse the requested .jsp file and convert it into a servlet, saving the result to .java source file.
  2. Compile the generated Servlet into a .class file.
  3. Load the servlet class file into the JVM, instantiate an instance of the servlet and invoke the appropropriate Servlet API methods to service the request (send the response).



   
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