Microsystems is the #1 server manufacturer in the world.
The reason? Reliability, dependability and scalability. All
MMA accounts are hosted Sun Sparc machines with the Solaris
Markup Language (XML) helps separate content from appearance,
making it easier to update design and data independtly. The
result can be a time-savings when it comes to maintaining large,
#1 web server worldwide
Java Server Pages (JSP)
Pages are a way of including dynamic content in your HTML pages
without requiring the construction of most of the boilerplate code
needed for Java Servlets. This save time when you need dynamically-generated
content, but the application doesn't warrant a full servlet.
first time a newly-modified JSP page is loaded, it is passed to
the javac compiler which finds the Java code in the page and compiles
those sections to Java bytecode in their own class files.
files can then be executed by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which
outputs the text results of the code to the web server. The combined
HTML and Java output are then returned to the user as a single HTML
After the JSP
has been compiled once, its bytecode contents are available for
future viewings without the need to recompile, allowing for fast
interpretation. Like Servlets, JSPs take full advantage of the multithreaded
architecture of the Java Virtual Machine and the servlet engine
in which they run.
For more information
about servlets and Java Server Pages, we recommend the books Java
Servlets and JSP (Murach,
Servlet Programming (O'Reilly, 1999) and Professional
Java Server Programming (Wrox, 1999).