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Hi
I am using JSP and Struts for a new application. I would like to create a common header section on each page that would allow a user to log in as a registered user at any time. I considered <jsp:include> but that does not seem to work since Struts seems to need to have all of the JSP code there at once. Does that make sense? Please recommend ideas. Thanks!!
 
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Personally, I'd use a custom tag. But since your problem seems to be with Struts, I'm moving this along to the Struts forum.
 
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