From: Joe

"I think perhaps you haven't gotten a chance to work with a proper JSP
interface. "

Hmmm, I HAVE worked with newer JSP coding techniques (just took a course
from Learningtree in November: Java for Web Application Development). But
maybe I missed something. I found JSP a bit more complex than what I
currently use.

I don't want to belabor the discussion, perhaps we should head off-line, but
the coding I do now is more like:

1. A servlet is invoked (from an HTML menu, usually)
2. The servlet executes business logic to generate data
3. The servlet populates a template with that data and renders the page.
4. The user enters data and hits a button
5. The user data is posted back to the servlet

Granted, the tools I work with do most of the heavy lifting for me.  I find
most of my coding is editing data posted back (or using JavaScript sparingly
at the client) and the business logic I/O to the database.

But, I AM an amateur here.  I will look at JSP's again (promise) before I
begin another project and see if I have inadvertently missed out on a
simpler approach.

Thanks for the feedback.

Pete Helgren



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