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Arrow Aircraft 7: Separating logic from presentation

This article describes how to separate the JSP code providing the logic of your Arrow Aircraft pages from the HTML code providing the layout and formatting of those pages. Arrow Aircraft is a fictional company that manages a small fleet of business jets.

This article is the seventh in a continuing case study. Visit the Building Common Applications page to see the other articles in this series.

Project background
Defining the problem
Choosing a solution
Understanding how the <jsp:include> tag works
Passing parameters in the <jsp:include> tag
Separating the Arrow logic


Charles Nadeau

Charles Nadeau is a lead technical writer on the Dreamweaver documentation team.


19 December 2001

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