The WSSP file is a markup language (usually - HTML) file with two additional types of elements:
The following is a sample of an WSSP document:
<html> <body> <h1>Welcome to %%server%%. Your ID is %%ID%%.</h1> <!--%%IF EXISTS(lastLogin)--> Last time you visited us on %%lastLogin%% <!--%%ENDIF--> </body> </html>
This WSSP document contains the %%server%%, %%ID%%, and %%lastLogin%% text elements, and the <!--%%IF EXISTS(lastLogin)--> and <!--%%ENDIF--> structural elements (these text elements are fictitious, do not try to use these samples in your real .wssp pages).
If the WSSP document should contain non-ASCII symbols, the UTF-8 character set should be used. When the WSSP document is being processed, the Web Application module retrieves the charset string value from the produced data dictionary. If this value is not UTF-8, then the WSSP text is converted into this page charset.