Q: – What is JavaServer Pages technology?
JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology provides a simplified, fast way to create web pages that display dynamically-generated content. The JSP specification, developed through an industry-wide initiative led by Sun Microsystems, defines the interaction between the server and the JSP page, and describes the format and syntax of the page.
Q: – What are the advantages of JSP over Servlet?
Q: -What is the jspInit() method?
The jspInit() method of the javax.servlet.jsp.JspPage interface is similar to the init() method of servlets. This method is invoked by the container only once when a JSP page is initialized. It can be overridden by a page author to initialize resources such as database and network connections, and to allow a JSP page to read persistent configuration data
Q: – What is the _jspService() method?
SThe _jspService() method of the javax.servlet.jsp.HttpJspPage interface is invoked every time a new request comes to a JSP page. This method takes the HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse objects as its arguments. A page author cannot override this method, as its implementation is provided by the container.
Q: – What is the jspDestroy() method?
The jspDestroy() method of the javax.servlet.jsp.JspPage interface is invoked by the container when a JSP page is about to be destroyed. This method is similar to the destroy() method of servlets. It can be overridden by a page author to perform any cleanup operation such as closing a database connection.
Q: – How is JSP technology different from other products?
JSP technology is the result of industry collaboration and is designed to be an open, industry-standard method supporting numerous servers, browsers and tools. JSP technology speeds development with reusable components and tags, instead of relying heavily on scripting within the page itself. All JSP implementations support a Java programming language-based scripting language, which provides inherent scalability and support for complex operations.
Q: – How do JSP pages work?
A JSP engine interprets tags, and generates the content required – for example, by calling a bean, accessing a database with the JDBC API or including a file. It then sends the results back in the form of an HTML (or XML) page to the browser. The logic that generates the content is encapsulated in tags and beans processed on the server.
Q: – Can I create XML pages using JSP technology?
Yes, the JSP specification does support creation of XML documents. For simple XML generation, the XML tags may be included as static template portions of the JSP page.
Q: – Can I generate and manipulate JSP pages using XML tools?
The JSP 2.0 specification describes a mapping between JSP pages and XML documents. The mapping enables the creation and manipulation of JSP pages using XML tools.
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