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I have a jsp page which reads and store value from property file. I need to make use of that jsp page in servlet.
How can I do that.
Please help !
 
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I need to make use of that jsp page in servlet.



What do you exactly mean by "making use", do you want to include the page in forward the control to it or any thing else? for the first two you can go ahead with "Request Dispatcher". Let us know the details so that others can help you out.

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Sounds as if you need to refactor that JSP into a Java class. You shouldn't be using JSPs for processing.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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