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Kishore Dandu
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Please reply with your expert advise on browser compatibility if you are using JSP with different browsers.
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Theodore Casser
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I don't really think there are browser compatibility issues really with JSP's aside from the average HTML/XHTML/XML file - a browser incompatibility really would more have to do with the code that's output as a result of processing the JSP.
Are you perhaps meaning application server incompatibilities (a cross-platform issue on the server side)?
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Kishore Dandu
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May be!!. I am not well versed in JSP programming. But I am pretty sure the issues I have mentioned will be asked in tomorrow's interview.
If you can explain the serverside cross platform problems that will be a great help.
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Kishore.
 
Bosun Bello
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As mentioned by Theodore, Browser incompatibilities usually have to do with issues on the client side, that is, HTML, JavaScript, and what the browser can/can not display, such as MIME types, etc.

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The browser doesn't process JSP, the server does.. So it isn't a browser-compatibility issue. The browser just processes whatever the JSP outputs. This output (HTML, JavaScript, etc.) may be handled differently by different browsers.
 
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