Sun Microsytems has unveiled its Java Server Pages (JSP) specification to enable developers to create dynamic, component based Web pages that can assemble content from various sources using standard tools.
JSP is easier to use and more efficient than servlets or CGI scripting, Sun claimed, and is part of the Java2 Enterprise Edition environment. It is due to be officially launched at the Java One trade show in San Francisco later this month and will be positioned as a rival to Microsoft's Active Server Pages technology.
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