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Hi All

I'm creating an Master-Detail Application in JSP. In that i want to create navigation buttons First, Last, Next, Privious, Update, Commit likewise as we create in applet or in frame.

Does anybody have idea for this or any tutorial

Thanks in Advance
 
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If this is going to be a complex application with many pages and logic for navigation you might consider checking out the Jakarta Struts framework. If this is a rather simple application that does not require significant scalability, you probably could stick with a simple JSP application. I am not sure what the details of your application are, but there is a lot of info on google.
 
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