The following source shows the JSP code for the
hello.jsp JSP; see Description of the hello.jsp for
<html> <head> <title>Sample Application JSP Page</title> </head> <body bgcolor=white> <table border="0" cellpadding="10"> <tr> <td align=center> <img src="images/springsource.png"> </td> <td> <h1>Sample Application JSP Page</h1> </td> </tr> </table> <br /> <p>This is the output of a JSP page that is part of the HelloWorld application.</p> <%= new String("Hello!") %> </body> </html>
hello.jsp page is a static HTML page embedded
with a JSP command. A JSP command is an XML-like snippet that
encapsulates logic that dynamically generates content within the static
HTML. JSP commands can include directives, declarations, expressions,
actions, and blocks of Java code, all enclosed within angle-brackets,
like XML elements. At compile-time, the JSP is converted into a servlet,
which is what tc Runtime instance actually executes at runtime.
hello.jsp includes the following simple JSP
<%= new String("Hello!") %>
This JSP directive simply prints out a message to the client
For complete documentation about JSPs, including specifications, FAQs, and tutorials, see JavaServer Pages Technology.