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Customizing the included content with <jsp:param>

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One of the way to customizing the included content with <jsp:param> is to pass the subtitle information as a new request parameter to the included page!

JSP that does the include:

the included file("Header.jsp"):

So, this is a sensitive subtitle that's part of the header, but it changes depending on the page.

suppose i want to use this subtitle in page 1, but want to change the title in page 2. Then, will i have to make a new header?(of course not,as this customizing procedures solve dat). But the Question is how can the title be changed in page 2? i am totally confused with this <jsp:param>. Please provide a small and easy example.
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Have you tried the same include in pag2.jsp with a different value for subtitle?
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