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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: