Using JavaServer Pages (JSP) Tag Libraries with Web Extensions

JavaServer Pages (JSP) are Web pages that use templates, custom elements, scripting languages, and server-side Java objects to return dynamic content to a Web browser in the form of HTML or XML. You can use the JSP Web templates in Web Extensions.

A JSP Web template is a Web form that is used to interface with a Web application, such as a smaller business partner completing a purchase order and invoicing through a Web site.

A JSP tag library is a collection of predefined JSP components that you can use in your JSP Web templates. You can use JSP tag libraries to:
  • Reduce manual coding efforts of your JSP Web templates
  • Reduce the amount of Java code in your JSP Web templates