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I want to create a JSP that will be generic meaning I have some already created fields and I just give some name .
When i run it shud prompt me to fill in right field names along with whether a text area or body or dropdown along with their field title and display the jsp user wanted to create.Means without writing the code user designs his JSP.
If possible shud be done using struts.
Can anyone help me out for it as it is urgent and I havent worked on struts yet.If anyone cud send me the code that would be great.
Awaiting for an early reply.IS this possible
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I'm sure it's possible but don't hold your breath waiting for anyone to GIVE you that code. Besides, I don't see that it would be worth the effort to do what you describe since you will be able to produce only a skeleton JSP at best. There are already products out there that you can use to visually create JSPs such as IBM's WebSphere Studio. And even without special JSP generation tools, how much harder would it be to use a WYSIWYG HTML editor then add JSP scriptlets?
Good luck,
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