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Srinivasa Kadiyala
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is there any Struts tag or JSTL available to detect the falsg plug in to a browser?


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Srinivasa Kadiyala
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No ranchers to help me !.....suprising.

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Bear Bibeault
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Perhaps no one knows what a "falsg" plugin is. If you want quality answers it helps to proof-read your questions.

As to your question, there is certainly no JSTL tag for this, and I doubt there's a Struts one.
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Srinivasa Kadiyala
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Thanks Bear.

u r correct I typed wrongly.It is Flash plugin.

Sorry...for my typo error and pointing it right.

Any experts may review this give their answer for struts
Julian Kennedy
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Doesn't <jsp:plugin> do what you want?

Jules

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[ August 25, 2004: Message edited by: Julian Kennedy ]
Gregg Bolinger
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Originally posted by Julian Kennedy:
Doesn't <jsp:plugin>; do what you want?

Jules


I don't think so. It only supports 2 types: bean|applet. Not flash though.

BTW Jules, if you check the Disable smilies in this post checkbox you won't get smilies in your code.


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Julian Kennedy
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OK, after a quick scan of both the JSTL and Struts APIs (something you might consider) there is, as suspected, no specific method of including a Flash plugin.

It appears to me, however, that you could achieve the desired effect in JSTL using the c:import tag or in Struts using a Tile. I should point out that I haven't tried either of these approaches and the JSTL API doc for c:import is very terse.

Jules
 
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