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How to run a JSP Page

 
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How to run a JSP Page
 
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Create a web application (details in the Servlet Specification), add the JSP to it. and host the web app in a Servlet container such as Tomcat.
 
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Try to use any IDE's like eclipse or Netbeans so that it will be very easy to get started. Just select New-Project-Web Application Project and you are done.
 
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If you are doing it for the first time then better not to use any IDE for a while. Take a look at "Head First Servlet JSP" and then try it out.
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