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Server-side Includes and JSP

 
Desai Sandeep
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Hi,
This is just a thought.I had read long time back about Server-side includes.Used it at that time.But with JSP catching up and also being so simple, decided to focus more on JSP than on <SHTML> tags.
Are there any trade-offs between the two?
Thanks in advance,

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Phil Hanna
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<jsp:include> accomplishes basically the same thing as a server-side include, so JSP probably has more functionality.
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Desai Sandeep
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Phil,
Thanks for the response.
Was reading Developing Enterprise Applications by Stephen Asbury and Scott R. Weiner.
Found one more technology on Server-side scripting called JHTML.It has tags like <java></java> which can be used in HTML code.
Is JHTML similar to JSP?Is it still being used in porduction evnvironments?
Thanks in advance,

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