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Java

Java exists both as a server-side language and a client-side language. For client-side use of Java, the server just passes the Java program on to the browser, without doing anything particular with the code. For server-side use, there are primarily two forms: Java Servlets, and Java Server Pages. A Java Servlet is a special script that acts a bit like a miniature web server for part of the processing of a request to the server, while Java Server Pages (JSP) works more like traditional CGI scripts.

In Roxen, Java Server Pages is handled through a special Java Servlet, which must be enabled in the server to be available to page authors.

See also the section about Java in the System Developer Manual for more details.