JSP to HTML compiler
Original Publication Date: 2002-Feb-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-20
A processor is disclosed that allows a Java* Server Page (JSP), populated with example data in special comment blocks, to produce a Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) output stream populated with the example data. For the purpose of this disclosure, a JSP document is defined as a modified HTML document with delimited code embedded in it. The code is run to provide dynamic text that is combined in place with the static text. Usually, a servlet performs business logic, accumulates dynamic data, and passes the data to the JSP for display. See the JSP product page  for complete details. There are typically 3 steps in developing a JSP. 1. Graphic artists lay out a static HTML page with sample data.