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What is the difference between html and jhtml pages. How are jhtml pages generated.Would appreciate if some body could give pointers to links or articles on the above topic.
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Hi,
  You could use the site :-
http://www.weblogic.com/docs/classdocs/API_jhtml.html#whatis to get the whole information about using the jhtml.
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yogeshr
Thanks
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