JSP meets IBM Forms enterprise web application development
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Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: March 20, 2013
Using simple Java™ expressions and scriptlets, JavaServer™ Pages makes it easy for web application developers to populate web content before serving it. Enterprise IBM® Forms are powerful data collection documents made up of a high precision user interface, an XML data layer, interactive calculation and data validation rules, attachments, digital signatures, web service calls, and web submission capabilities. This article shows how to use JSP to pre-populate, serve, and process the submitted results of enterprise IBM Forms in an IBM Websphere® Application Server environment. JSP is also discussed in the context of the design and maintenance lifecycle of an IBM Form. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.
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