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How the JSP page works E-mail
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Following steps are followed when any JSP page is called through browser.

  • Step 1: The user goes to a web site made using JSP. The user goes to a JSP page(ending with .jsp). The web browser makes the request via the internet.
  • Step 2: The JSP request gets sent to the Server.
  • Step 3: The server recognizes that file has .jsp extension or not, if yes than passes the JSP file to the JSP Servlet Engine.
  • Step 4: If the JSP file has been called first time, the JSP file is parsed otherwise step 5 and step 6 is skipped.
  • Step 5: After it JSP generates Servlet. The entire Html required is converted to println statements.
  • Step 6: The Servlet source code compiled into the class.
  • Step 7: The Servlet is instantiated, calling the init and service methods.
  • Step 8: Html from the Servlet output is sent via the Internet.
  • Step 9: Html results are displayed on the userís web browser.

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