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Web Technology: Theory and Practice by M. Srinivasan

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6

JSP

Chapter Objectives:

  • Enable understanding of the View part of an application through JSP

  • Understand the working of JSP

  • Get a peek into JSP Standard Tag Library

  • Go through examples involving JSP and Custom tag library

It has been seen so far that Servlets provide the dynamism that is required for a web application. They are efficient to execute, powerful and can flexibly manipulate HTML. There are all the ingredients for a good server side environment. However, on skimming the surface, it can be observed that the code looks awful. There is too much of mixing or intertwining of presentation and business logic. Changing one of them to perhaps suit changing business needs, becomes a costly affair or at worst impossible. Furthermore, ...

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