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Posted on 2004-09-29
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OK,

I've seen them, you've seen them.  What are  they?

They being JHTML pages?  Is there a web site that documents them?
YES, I know it stands for Java HTML!

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jhtml are used on the dynamo app server they are sort of like jsp's which dynamo now suggests you write, however they had some more proprietal versions and jhtmls are part of that. though you can use them in current dynamo, not as many do, a jhtml indicates a lot of intrinsic dynamo beans and hooks are being used within the page, you cannot view them if you do a view source, but that is what they are.
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actually I was wrong though I have only ever seen these in dynamo this will explain further,

http://www.weblogic.com/docs/classdocs/API_jhtml.html#whatis 
 
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