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Servlets&Jsp-- doubt

Krishna Srinivasan
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What is the difference between servlets & Jsp?
where to use servlets & jsp?which is faster?i have doubt on these basic concepts .please explain.
Advance thanx.


Krishna Srinivasan
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Ron Newman
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A short look at the tutorials for Servlets and JSPs should answer the first question. A Servlet is a java class, whereas a JSP is an HTML page with some Java code embedded in it. An application server turns a JSP into a Servlet before running it.


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Krishna Srinivasan
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also servlets uses objectorientsd concepts bcos its pulely java file rather jsp is web page.
Ron Newman
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say what ?
Andres Gonzalez
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Originally posted by Krishna Srinivasan:
also servlets uses objectorientsd concepts bcos its pulely java file rather jsp is web page.

nope . jsp's are servlets


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