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Dave Vick
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I've recently come across some web pages that had some links in them that had the extension of JHTML. I did a little investigating and it says that they are HTML pages with Java code embedded in them. My question is can anyone give me some more info on them and how are they different from JSP pages and servlets? It almost sounds like they are similar to applets - kinda, sorta.
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Hi Dave did you try the source?
http://www.atg.com/en/index.jhtml
bit too proprietary for my likes though some big sites use this... www.reuters.co.uk
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Dave Vick
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Thanks Jim
I was looking for more of a short tutorial or general overview of what it was - I'm not really interested in learning it just about it, in case it ever comes up at work.
 
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JHTML was an early try at JSP.

But I've never seen any of it, so I went googling. Just TRY to get google to not return results with .jhtml in the URL. Anyways.. I managed to do so with an advanced search, and found this:

http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/classdocs/API_jhtml.html
 
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Also Dave here's a gentle, if dated, overview/tutorial from a couple of years back
http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/01/27/index4a.html?tw=programming
 
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Cool, thanks guys. I'm going to assume it's not likely that I'll run into too much of it then unless it is legacy stuff or just really old.
 
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