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John Davis
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I have inherited a large web application which uses the MVC pattern where M=jdbc, V=jsp, and C=jsp. In the JSPs, I have encountered the extensive use of the class parameter in TD elements. I need to discover how this parameter operates in this environment. I have not been able to locate any .class files which match up to these class parameters. What should I be looking for?
Gustavo Adolpho Bonesso
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What do you mean with TD elements ?


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Vijay S. Rathore
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I have a question? How can we use C=JSP. Usually Servlet is handling that part.


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John Davis
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John Davis
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Vijay,
I know, JSP as Controller seemed odd to me at first, but this application has hundreds of JSPs and no servlets. This works because JSPs can be entirely Java Scriplets which are essentially dynamically compiled servlets. The JSPs POST to JSP controllers, and they send-redirect to other JSP controllers and/or viewers.
JD
Malhar Barai
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hi JD
the "class" that you are seeing in TD tag is for the DHTML/CSS stuff.
In the html HEAD section you would see something similar to :

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Vijay S. Rathore
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Or alternatively look for some code like
<link href="....some.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
indicating a reference to an external CSS(Cascading Style Sheet).
John Davis
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Vijay and Malhar,
Thank you very much for the valuable suggestions. I'm going off right now to locate the CSS.
JD
 
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