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Hi,
I got a problem. I have got content (in multiple formats, mostly html) which I want to present to users.
I dont what them to directly access the content. basically I want them to access the content though a Mode where I can control their access to downloading the content at one go:-)
What I plan is not much but the links to be changed(parsed) and some cosmetics like header, footer, etc..
Any Ideas how do i go about implementing it? All suggestions are welcome.
Regards,
Jack
 
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The design pattern that your situation is suitable is MVC(Model, View, Controller). So in your case, you may want a servlet to serve as a controller over the user's mode and let that controller forward to the appropriate presentation pages like JSPs or HTMLs... MVC architecture is recommended in such situation...
BTW, r u new to J2EE technology? Just curious...
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