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JSP File Format

A HTML page containing a reference to a Java servlet

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JSP is a file extension for Java Server Pages file format.  A JSP is an HTML page containing a reference to Java servlets, or,  java server side applets.  

JSP files help to deliver server side customized content on a webpage through servlets. JSP files keep the Java code secret because it runs server side.

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This was last updated in July 2010
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When trying to open a .pdf file on line, I was getting a message that it was a jsp file. I was trying to find out why this was happening.
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Trying to save a jsp file as an Adobe file.
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Securian downloads my quicken data as "quicken.jsp." Changing the file extension to qfx gets to the data.
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I clicked a link to a webpage with the .jsp tdl rather than .com, etc. Is this a genuine link?
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These are server generated HTML files on the internet which are written using Java code. For more information refer to http://www.file-extension.com/files/JSP/
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The links at the bottom of this article are worthless as JSP examples as they do not link to actual content just some bogus search that doesn't actually have anything useful.
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