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Jenny Thompson
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Hi,

I need to have pass the value to one page to another thro header.
Can we customize the header information.
If any body has any idea please help me out

Thanks,
Jenny
 
Ajith George
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You can do it by customizing the header jsp. Pass some attribute to this head jsp while inluding on other pages. Using this attribute you can distinguish each page and show contents on head jsp accordingly. Hope this will solve your problem........
 
Ben Souther
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The standard mechanism for this are the querystring and post parameters.
Why do you want to use headers?
 
Jenny Thompson
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hi,
Thanx for the reply...
The thing is that I should not get that thro parameter passing.If i am using attributes when i retrieve that the order is not in the way I inserted.

I need to setHeader to know the pages i have visited by giving specific input in my application.
similar to history of pages gone thro in particular session or visit..
Can any body help?
Thanks..
Jennny
 
Jenny Thompson
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Hi All,
To explain further if i have an application starts with MainMenu ,from that i select AccountInformation i have to retrieve info like MainMenu.AccountInformation.
If i select GeneralAccount further i need to retrieve MainMenu.AccountInformation.GeneralAccount and so on..

How could i Achieve that with out setting or getting parameters..

Thanks,
Jenny
 
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