Yes. When Java Server Pages are compiled, you get Java classes. These Java classes can be analyzed using the Java module.
A Java Server Page (JSP) looks like a mixture of html and Java. The web server compiles a JSP the first time it is invoked. Internally, this is a two phase process. First the Jasper compiler is called which produces Java source code, and then the Java compiler is invoked on the source code to generate the Java class. For purposes of analysis, we need to pre-compile the JSPs. On the steps for doing this, please read the description of the JSP Analyzer under Additional Tools. JSPs can also have ‘include’ and ‘forward’ source level dependencies between each other. The JSP Analyzer in Additional Tools will extract those dependencies.