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If you like molly pages, then JSP becomes entirely un-necessary. That's a good thing because JSP sucks ass. (JSP tags are hard to type, visually noisy, hard to distinguish from HTML, and there is no HTML escape mechanism from within Java code, a.k.a "heredoc"). Molly was invented to overcome these shortcomings.
Molly pages are good for database driven web pages. Pure data requests from the client (AJAX, etc.) should be served using servlet/comet directly (not via molly pages)
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