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Easy Peasey Struts Forwards Question

Paul Duer
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Okay,
So lets say I have this application... It has two interfaces, or better put, there's an Index page for each and then everything else is the same. So you go to the index, you do some stuff and you take off into the app.
So I built the first one and used it's INDEX.JSP as the exit link defined by the exit global forward in the struts config.
Now I have this second INDEX.JSP page. Is there anyway to get it's URL to show up on the struts config without having two forwards and choosing the right one everywhere?
 
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