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how to Create a .html file from JSP at Web Server

 
Prafulla N. Patil
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how to Create a .html file from JSP at Web Server

output of JSP is a HTML page which we want to store on web server as HTML file for later use.

Kindly help as it is required to save the .html file

earlier post of same type are not giving any clear idea

can anyone explain with code example
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no reply from anyone ???/
no one knows about this in whole javaranch?
 
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Originally posted by Prafulla N. Patil:
no one knows about this in whole javaranch?

Have you considered that your question might be too vague for anyone to understand waht it is that you are asking?

Please look through the information at the Smart Questions link below.
 
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You can use a library like Jakarta HttpClient (or even just the java.net.HttpUrlConnection class) to access the JSP URL, and save the output of the call.
 
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Why do you want to do this?
If the pages are static, why make them JSPs in the first place?
If there is dynamic data and you save the output in a static file, people won't be seeing up to date versions.
 
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