JSP is a Java-based framework for developing dynamic web page content before it sends HTML page data to visitors. Developers link Java code to HTML websites, and when a visitor requests a website the JSP framework executes the page's associated Java class files. These programs execute and generate specialized HTML code for the Web page, which the visitor sees on her browser.
The Java language itself uses a Java virtual machine (JVM) to translate compiled Java byte code into code individual machines and operating systems can execute. JSP is a server-side framework, meaning that the work of executing Java code is done on the server itself. The visitor only sees the result of this execution. Consequently, the visitor does not need a JVM installed or enabled on his machine to render JSP pages. The server that is rendering the ".jsp" file does need to correctly link the JSP framework to a JVM to correctly render pages for Web browsers, like Internet Explorer.
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If the JSP page will still not render, one of the add-ons you have installed on Internet Explorer could be interfering with the page. Click on the "Tools" section of your Internet Explorer toolbar, then click "Manage Add-ons." Proceed to click on the name of each add-on and click "disable." Once you have disabled all your add-ons, try to reload the page. If the page renders correctly then begin re-enabling your add-ons, one at a time. After you re-enable each add-on, try to reload the page. When the page won't load after re-enabling a particular add-on, you know that's the one preventing the page from loading.
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