n. Short for JavaServer Pages. A technology created by Sun Microsystems to enable development of platform-independent Web-based applications. Using HTML and XML tags and Java scriptlets, JSP helps Web site developers create cross-platform programs. JSP scriptlets run on the server, not in a Web browser, and generate dynamic content on Web pages, with the ability to integrate content from a variety of data sources, such as databases, files, and JavaBean components. Web site developers can concentrate on design and display of a Web site without the need for application development expertise. See also Java, JavaBean. Compare Active Server Pages.
Decent write-up, actually.
So I decided to see what the MS COmputer Dictionary had to say about [link|http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/products/1031/4th/default.asp#A|ASP]. It said, of course, "See Active Server Pages."
There is no entry for Active Server Pages.
Must have been obsoleted.