WebLogic Server JavaServer Pages (JSPs)
JSPs evolved to help solve some of the issues of creating dynamic Web pages with servlets. JSPs, also a part of the J2EE standards, enable the quick and efficient building of dynamic and personalized Web content.
When a WebLogic Server client issues an HTTP request, the WebLogic Server JSP container executes the appropriate JSP page, and then sends the response back to the requester.
Sound familiar? At base, JSPs are simply a more efficient way of building servlets. But instead of the assembly-language-like coding style required for creating servlets, JSPs are encoded just like a Web page but with special embedded tags and Java code. When the WebLogic Server container grabs a JSP page to service requests, ...