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What are the different ways of setting a Master Page in J2EE?

achuthan mukundarajan
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I have worked with ASP.NET before. I need to know a good and easier way of creating a master page in JSP. I found a tutorial where you create separate div's for the header, footer and the body, and you merge them together .Are there any other easier ways. Can someone also provide tutorial links?. Thanks in advance.:)
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By that do you mean tempting? If so, there are tools such as Tiles and SiteMesh to help with that.


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Pyla Rao
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you can use tiles for like master page in ASP.NET.

if you use struts framework in your application, struts providing tiles.xml. its also providing many features like extends tiles,etc... we can easily achieve using struts tiles.

here the tutorials on struts tiles.
http://viralpatel.net/blogs/tutorial-struts-tiles-plugin-example-in-eclipse/
 
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