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kiruthika raghunathan

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How to insert the details in the JSP pages about the new plug-ins without changing the source code
Jeroen Wenting
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you want to change a JSP without changing that JSP?

kiruthika raghunathan

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I dint get u exactly
Mike Curwen
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What Jeroen is saying is: You appear to be asking us how to 'insert' something into a JSP, without changing its source code.

This is like saying "I want my red car to be blue, but I don't want to use any paint".

We are probably not understanding something, so give us more details:

What do you mean by 'insert'?
What details? The plugin's CLASSID ?
What plugins?
How are they determined that they are 'new' as compared to 'old'?
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link:
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