Open JHTML File

JHTML is a language developed for the Java and HTML Platform and also refers to the files of this language which end with the extension JHTML and are web pages enriched with JAVA.

As it is a universal file type, JHTML is compatible with all operating systems and devices that have a modern web browser. It is also important that the computers have the Java virtual machine to be able to operate this type of files. JHTML files are actually common HTML files, but they include Java code, Java functions, and Java Database Connections (JDBC) that are processed on the server before the page is sent to the client's web browser.

JHTML files can be created with any document editor, however Dynamo ATG (Art Technology Group) acquired by Oracle is the quintessential editor for these files and they can be parsed on a web server with the Dynamo application server installed. Dynamo is now part of the ATG Commerce software suite.

Open JHTML File on Windows Operating System

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