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I just started to write JSP and servlets code.

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Question: I just started to write JSP and servlets code. I read general recommendations how to write a Java code to be readable by other programmers (Code Conventions for the Java Programming Language http://java.sun.com/docs/codeconv/).
But a JSP code is quite different from ordinary Java one... Could you guide me?

Answer: Yes, you are right. As JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology is becoming widely adopted in web-based applications, many JSP programmers and web developers embarking on developing and maintaining these applications face a dilemma like that of many Java programmers: "How do we structure JSP code that is easier to read, write and maintain consistently?"

In the article "Code Conventions for the JavaServer Pages Technology Version 1.x Language" (http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/javaserverpages/code_convention/), you can find a set of standard conventions for writing JSP pages (versions 1.1 and 1.2) that should be followed on a typical software project using web components. The article draws on the Code Conventions for the Java Programming Language as a template to identify various important elements that should be addressed in a coding conventions specification (relevant to JSP technology). In particular, it addresses file names and organization, indentation, comments, directives, declarations, scriptlets, expressions, white space, naming conventions, and programming practices.


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