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Thanks! bear Forum Bartender
Joined: Jan 22, 2004
Thanks for the reply.
I am developing a web application for a company and the "java base" code will be used over and over for other applications for this company. My thought was to create a custom tag library and in the class model create an "object" for each of the custom tags. So when other programmers wanted create a page with dynamic content they can use the custom tag jsp side and custom tag "object" server side.
See to me it would be easier and faster to program: JSP:
Rather than a bean that sets and gets everything out of the result set. Put the bean in the session then use a scriplet to get it out of the bean on the jsp.
I figure I could do all the session manipulation in the parent class of the "component" that gets the custom tag object. All the programmer has to do is get the tag object set it.
Let me know if my thought process is too confusing.
[ April 04, 2005: Message edited by: Heath W. ] [ April 04, 2005: Message edited by: Heath Williams ]