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Okay,

to start off with, I have to admit I am much more of a designer then a programer. What I'm working right now, is taking an online system my bosses have, and making it pretty. The pages are coded in jsp, and I'm trying to edit as little of the business logic side of things as possible. And in case you're wondering, the people who made this aren't overly helpful (yes, I've tried talking to them) - so I was hoping someone here could help.

The title tag on the jsp pages are filled with:


Does anyone know where I could find the file where this information is actually stored? I can't find any files that seems to match this in the WEB-INF/classes directory. Where should I be looking..?

I could just comment it out and put real html in its place, but then it seems like it defeats the purpose of the original programmer using a bean for the page title.. doesn't it?

thanks

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Look for files with the type .properties that contain the key string.
 
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Oh, sorry I didn't realize it was a stuts question.

and I found the file! Thank you!
 
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if you use eclipse or any other IDE you can search the whole workspace/project for the "commerce.page.title". Believe me it works for me most of the times, when i am clueless, in my project
 
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