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Tag Handler class question

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I have a web application with page flow like JSP1-->JSP2-->JSP3-->JSP4-->JSP5, between each two JSP pages it goes through servlet and some action classes. Now, suppose that in each JSP page, I want to use tag library to make the life easier. Do I need to create different Tag Handler classes for different pages ? i.e. do I need 4 or 5 different tag handler classes in this case ?
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If you want to write a Tag Handler for redirecting the flow from one page to another you don't need many tags, one Tag Handler should do.

Hope that's what you want.
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