There are nine implicit objects in JSP.1. pageContext2. session3. request4. response5. exception6. out7. application8. config9. page
The correct term is "JSP Implicit Objects" In any JSP Page, there are a bunch of implicit objects that are available for the programmer to use. It contains a variety of information that can be used to display stuff on the page. The following JSP Implicit Objects that are available for a programmer. â€¢ request â€¢ response â€¢ out â€¢ session â€¢ config â€¢ application â€¢ page â€¢ pageContext
In any JSP Page, there are a bunch of implicit objects that are available for the programmer to use. It contains a variety of information that can be used to display stuff on the page. The following JSP Implicit Objects are available for a programmer: â€¢ request â€¢ response â€¢ out â€¢ session â€¢ config â€¢ application â€¢ page â€¢ pageContext
I have created a .jsp file, in which, I am calling a class.method() through TagLib. REQUIREMENT is, I want to call a servlet instead of a simple class. And Servlet will get the response, and request object from Jsp, and manipulate that, and produce the response object, and control is transfered back to JSP again.
The session variables can be accessed in a jsp page from the request object. Note: Accessing session contents in JSP is not a good design practice
JSP actions are XML tags that direct the server to use existing components or control the behavior of the JSP engine. JSP Actions consist of a typical (XML-based) prefix of "jsp" followed by a colon, followed by the action name followed by one or more attribute parameters. There are six JSP Actions: < jsp : include / > < jsp : forward / > < jsp : plugin / > < jsp : usebean / > < jsp : setProperty / > < jsp : getProperty / >
SERVLETS JSP 1. Servlet is a java class. 2. Servlet is a single instance multiple thread web application, In which HTML code can be included in java code. 3. In servlets the presentation logic and the B.logic is tightly coupled. 4. For every modification done in servlet program, we need to recompile and reload the application. 5. In servlets implicit objects are not available. 6. Servlets are supported to HTTP, FTP, and SMTP protocols. 7. Sevlets are need Deployment Descriptor file (web.xml) 1. Jsp is a file. 2. In jsp java code can be included in HTML code by using special tags. 3. In jsp's the presentation logic and B.logic are separated by defining the java beans. 4. If any modifications done in jsp's without recompiling and reloading , the modifications are reflected. 5. In jsp's implicit objects are available which is we can implement directly into jsp pages. 6. Jsp are supported to HTTP protocol only. 7. No need of Deployment Descriptor file (web.xml) firstname.lastname@example.org
JSP stands for Java Server Pages
jsp means Java Server Pages.
JSP Records was created in 1978.