Interface HttpJspPage

All Superinterfaces:
JspPage, Servlet

public interface HttpJspPage
extends JspPage

The HttpJspPage interface describes the interaction that a JSP Page Implementation Class must satisfy when using the HTTP protocol.

The behaviour is identical to that of the JspPage, except for the signature of the _jspService method, which is now expressible in the Java type system and included explicitly in the interface.

See Also:

Method Summary
 void _jspService(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response)
          The _jspService()method corresponds to the body of the JSP page.
Methods inherited from interface javax.servlet.jsp.JspPage
jspDestroy, jspInit
Methods inherited from interface javax.servlet.Servlet
destroy, getServletConfig, getServletInfo, init, service

Method Detail


void _jspService(HttpServletRequest request,
                 HttpServletResponse response)
                 throws ServletException,
The _jspService()method corresponds to the body of the JSP page. This method is defined automatically by the JSP container and should never be defined by the JSP page author.

If a superclass is specified using the extends attribute, that superclass may choose to perform some actions in its service() method before or after calling the _jspService() method. See using the extends attribute in the JSP_Engine chapter of the JSP specification.

request - Provides client request information to the JSP.
response - Assists the JSP in sending a response to the client.
ServletException - Thrown if an error occurred during the processing of the JSP and that the container should take appropriate action to clean up the request.
IOException - Thrown if an error occurred while writing the response for this page.

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