About Actuate Java Component pages
Actuate Java Component uses JSPs to generate web pages dynamically before sending them to a web browser. These JSPs use custom tags, custom classes, and JavaScript to generate dynamic web page content. The JavaScript, classes, and tags provide access to other pages, JavaBeans, and Java classes. For example, application logic in Actuate Java Component can reside on the web server in a JavaBean.
Web browsers can request a JSP with parameters as a web resource. The first time a web browser requests a page, the page is compiled into a servlet. Servlets are Java programs that run as part of a network service such as a web server. Once a page is compiled, the web server can fulfill subsequent requests quickly, provided that the page source is unchanged since the last request.
The filesfolders JSPs support accessing repository files and folders. These JSPs reside in <context root>\iportal\activePortal\private\filesfolders.
The submit request JSPs support submitting new jobs. The submit request JSPs reside in <context root>\iportal\activePortal\private\newrequest. For specific information about running jobs using Actuate Java Component, see Using Actuate BIRT Java Components.
The viewing JSPs support the following functionality, according to report type:
For specific information about viewing reports using Actuate Java Component, see Using Actuate BIRT Java Components.
Use the default pages, customize the pages, or create entirely new pages to deploy your reporting web application.

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