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Java Server Pages (JSP) is a server-side programming technology that allows the software developers create web pages based on HTML , XML and others dynamically using Java Programming language. JSP pages are first compiled into Java Servlet and then it runs on the Servlet enabled server.

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JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a server-side programming technology that allows the software developers create web pages based on HTML , XML and others dynamically using Java Programming language.

Basically it can be inferred that JSP is simply a text file containing HTML code and the Java code for creating the UI for web applications easily. JSP pages are first compiled into Java Servlet and then it runs on the Servlet enabled server. Moreover, every time a JSP page is modified and install on the server, it recompiles the JSP page into Servlet.

JavaServer Pages (JSP) has the access t complete family of Java APIs, including the JDBC API to access enterprise databases.

Roseindia.net provides the learners with a wide range of JSP tutorials embedded with practical examples assuring you to learn JSP and create various web applications and websites quickly and easily. Our JSP tutorial covers all topics of JSP including Basics, Life Cycle of JSP, Examples of JSP, Client Request, Server Response, Http Codes, Writing Filters, Exceptions and wide range of other topics.

At roseindia, the JSP tutorials for beginners are created by a number of experienced software professional with technical expertise inJavaServer Pages (JSP) and are continuously engaged in research and development to bring out the best possible JSP tutorials for you that make it quite easy for you to create dynamic and attractive web pages quickly as well as easily.

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Posted on: September 19, 2013

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