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.JSPF File Extension

File Type 1Java Server Page Fragment

DeveloperOracle
Popularity
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CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatText

What is a JSPF file?

Web page source code file written using Java Server Page (.JSP) syntax; contains a fragment of JSP code that does not comprise an entire JSP document; used for abstracting reusable segments of code and statically including them in JSP pages.

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JSPF files can be included in JSP pages using the <%@ include file="fragment.jspf"> syntax. They should be stored in the /WEB-INF/jspf/ directory of the Web server application's context root directory.

NOTE: In the JSP 2.0 specification, the term "JSP fragment" was renamed to "JSP segment."

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Updated 3/21/2011

File Type 2JSON Playlist File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
2.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatText

.JSPF File Association 2

A JSPF file is a music playlist saved in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), a text-based data interchange format. It contains a playlist of audio tracks, which includes the playlist title and creator, location of referenced .MP3 (or other audio) files, and the title, creator, and albums of each track in the playlist.

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The JSPF file is a variation of the .XSPF format. Instead of using XML tags, the JSPF file is saved in the JSON structure, which does not require tags, making it more compact than XML. JSPF files are similar to M3U files in that they do not contain actual audio data.

NOTE: Since JSPF files are saved as plain text, you can rename the extension to ".txt" and open a JSPF file in any text editor.

Programs that open JSPF files
Windows
Any text editor
Mac
Any text editor
Linux
Any text editor
Updated 2/25/2019

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