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<bean:write> what is it please?

 
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hi guys,

help me please, I saw this tag <bean:write> but I don't know what it means in fact...

I waiting for any answer...

bye,
André AS
 
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This is a special tag in JSP files. Moving to our JSP forum.
 
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It's a Struts tag.
 
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but this tag is only used to EJB? When I have EJB?

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It has nothing to do with EJB.
 
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