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I am trying to find a solution in which a JSP is required to specify the layout and forward request params to some non-Java web apps. I am still kinda new to J2EE, but I guess the idea is similar to <jsp:forward> but instead I need the output back to the jsp and align it something like:
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By the way, does it mean that, using <c:import> is always the best solution compare to the other two method(page directive and <jsp:include>) ??? since it contains the same functionality AND can reach web app outside of the current container.
as a quick side note.. if you use the c:import or some other means, instead of using a fragment, you will probably want to parse out the <html><head> and <body> tags / sections and just place the body content inline.
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