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Code re-use - what's the best practice

Reggie McDougal
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Joined: Sep 27, 2004
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I have a reusable piece of code I use for navigation that will be the
same thoughout the application, for navigation in all my jsp's.

next, last, previous etc...

Now my question is what is the best practice in storing this code, I need to used the request object as you can see below.

1. Should I use an include.jsp
2. A bean??

If some one could give an idea of what the best appraoch is would be great.




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