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     Like most Java programmers, you may know what JavaServer Pages (JSP) and Extensible Markup Language (XML) are, but you may be a little unclear on how you can use them. In most cases JSP is used to design a Website built from files that look and act a lot like HTML, the only difference is that websites built with JSP files also act dynamically -- for example, they can process forms or read databases -- using Java as a server-side scripting language. Whereas XML use is more difficult to justify. Although all new products support XML, but each one seems to be using XML for a different purpose. In this article, you will learn to design a system using XML in a fairly modest way. Here a system will be designed that uses XML files to store data on a Web server and JSP files to display that data

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