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Short Take: Sun unveils new Java technology

Sun Microsystems unveiled a new Java technology today, JavaServer Pages, or JSP, which is designed to make it easier to send out custom-built Web pages full of changing content. The technology runs on Web servers, the computers that deliver up Web pages to people browsing the Web, using special tags in the Web page description to invoke specific operations in the Web server. Sun said the technology will be good both for simple Web servers and more complex Web-based applications.

Sun Microsystems unveiled a new Java technology today, JavaServer Pages, or JSP, which is designed to make it easier to send out custom-built Web pages full of changing content. The technology runs on Web servers, the computers that deliver up Web pages to people browsing the Web, using special tags in the Web page description to invoke specific operations in the Web server. Sun said the technology will be good both for simple Web servers and more complex Web-based applications.