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CSP Processing Steps

When we ask to see Film.csp:

  • The browser sends a request to the Web server.

  • The Web server determines, by the .csp file extension, that the request should be sent to Caché.

  • Caché checks whether or not it has a compiled, up-to-date version of Film.csp. If not—as would be the case here, because Film.csp is brand new—it reads the source file and compiles it.

  • Caché runs the compiled page definition and sends the generated HTML back to the Web server.

  • The Web server sends the HTML to the browser.

generated description: cspprocessingarchitecture.gif

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