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    JSP & Servlets

    Does a user need to have JRE to view JSP pages and servlets?
    [And are they a type of OOP programming?]

    Ben.

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    No. JSP is executed on the HTTP server. It is used to dynamically create web pages. Those web pages can be viewed with a standard web browser. The computer with the browser on it doesn't necessarily need a JRE on it to view those web pages.

    However, the design of what's ON those web pages may require that the browser support Applets, javascript, Flash, etc. But that's quite independent of whether the server is using Java Server Pages.

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    You need a java container to run jsp and servlet

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