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Hi guys, I have a generic jsp page that builds custom screens. Right now all the information about a particular screen comes from a file where I describe each of the fields. A class that renders the screen reads this file and builds html screen on the fly. Is there a way I can "marry" a static html page without relying on files that I use right now and Java in order to create a screen? This will make building my generic screens much more flexible since I will be able to create an html page how I see fit without making my render class much too complex in order to describe different possibilites of html component positioning. thanks a lot, Alex
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sorry... I guess what I am trying to say is how can I create sort of html template that will describe how my page will look, but will not include any Java code. Java code that is responsible for manipulating data will read this template and populate all fields as needed. Hope I am clear this time