Novell Vibe OnPrem supports the use of custom JavaServer Pages (JSPs) that can help you modify the behavior of certain areas in your Vibe site. For example, your Vibe administrator might enable a custom JSP file that enhances the functionality of Vibe landing pages by enabling users to participate in a survey directly from a workspace landing page.
Before you can leverage the functionality of custom JSP files, your Vibe administrator must first make the files available. Your Vibe administrator will inform you about the names of the files and what they can be used for.
Some areas of Vibe, such as landing pages, enable you to add custom JSP files by default. Other areas, such as folder and workspace forms and views, first require you to do some additional steps, as described in the following sections: