Tag: JSP

JSP: Action Elements

We have discussed about JSP scripting elements and directive elements in our previous articles. In this article, I am going to discuss about JSP action elements. Action elements are another type of syntactic elements; translated into Java code that performs…

JSP: Implicit Objects

We know that every JSP page turned into an equivalent Servlet. Every JSP equivalent Servlet must be extended from HttpJspBase class. HttpJspBase class is an abstract class with all implicit objects are defined. Those implicit objects are called as JSP implicit…

JSP: Directive Elements

There are three types of elements are in JSP; Directive elements, Scripting elements and Action elements. In this article I am going to discuss about directive elements of JSP and their attributes. JSP directives are used to add or remove some…

JSP: Scripting Elements

We can use JSP pages to write presentation logic to separate the business logic from presentation layer. Once the JSP page is requested; web-server translates into a Servlet and Servlet will insert the business logic wherever required. To write the presentation…

JSP: An Introduction

JSP Lifecycle

Java Server Pages (JSP) is a technology used to create dynamic content for web-pages. How different it is from normal HTML file? There is a lot of difference. Normal HTML files are served by the web-servers whenever the user requests…