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11.2. Java Server Pages

Java Server Pages ( JSP) is an extension of the servlet component model that simplifies the process of generating HTML dynamically. JSP essentially allows you to incorporate Java directly into an HTML page as a scripting language. In J2EE, the Java code in a JSP page can access the JNDI ENC, just like the code in a servlet. In fact, JSP pages (text documents) are translated and compiled into Java servlets, which are then run in a web server just like any other servlet--some servers do the compilation automatically at runtime. JSP can also be used to generate XML documents dynamically.

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