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sudheer yathagiri kumar
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Joined: Mar 22, 2011
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Hi Experts ,

i was devoloped a website using java servlets and pojo,Bean classes .
Backend technology is mysql.
Taken the free template from the internet.
Actually,my problem is when i am executing the servlet its returns data of BEan return type.
In my JSP page i am mapping that data by taking the refrencing of that bean class.
when i am using <table><tr> <%=i.getname();%></tr></table> .
All the information i retrived but look and feel is very poor.
i am trying to use Jquey ui in that,Template features are missing.
Can any one Advice my what to do...


i have few questions ?
1)Can i get all features work(servlet returned data) on my jsp ?
2)What is the Best way of putting servlet returned data into front end.??
3)is there any templates that supports JSP and JQUERY??
4)AM I USING STRUCTS 2.0 IN THIS SITUATION.
5)please ping :
http://lilylnx.wordpress.com/2010/05/19/10-best-java-web-development-framework/?blogsub=confirming#subscribe-blog

which one is the best of use...
Amit Ghorpade
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Joined: Jun 06, 2007
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You mean to say that the servlet puts data in the bean and you are not sure how to display that on the JSP?
For your questions:
1) Yes.
2) Not sure what is being asked here but I would say populate the fields on the JSp from the bean.
3) What template are you asking about?
4) Do you mean to ask "Should I use Struts 2.0?".


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