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Exclusion of themes from a jsp based on Struts  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,

Our Application is based on struts and runs on WPS6 and WAS 6. we have one requirement which came from client that we need to display the next page on the right hand side of parent(first) page itself. So without much modification, we just used <iframes> and with the help of “target” attribute, we are calling next jsp in a frame at RHS of first page.

But the problem we are facing, since the next page is again the part of WebSphere page(in our case Buisness_Intelligence page in WPS), so the theme which holds the header image, is also coming in the next page, which we don’t want now. So, is there any solution, that we can restrict the inclusion of theme in any child page?

Is there any tag or piece of code which if we write in a perticular jsp, then it will not have the impact of themes ?

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Manisha
 
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What do you mean by "themes"? Are you using Struts 2, in which "theme" has a specific meaning? Or are you simply trying to conditionally display a page element?
 
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Hi David, I am talking about IBM themes and skins used in Portals and Portlets
 
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No clue; your best bet is to post somewhere related to that.
 
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