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One drawback of JSP technology is that the pages can only be written in java

Above question was from http://jdiscuss.com

Currently I dont think there is any languge that JSP supports other than java,so is the answer True or False?
 
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Yes, only java is supported. But would that be a drawback ?
 
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As a Java guy I am very much comfortable with the support jsp provides
 
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I'd consider the answer "false", since there is nothing that I'm aware of in the JSP technology model that restricts support to only Java. So, in theory, support for another language could be implemented. But why would anyone bother?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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