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How to merge 2 JSP files

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Hi

   Could someone advice me on how i could merge 2 JSP files based on the
diffrences.

Thanx
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Can you explain little more what the situation is
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We have a version of JSP pages. Our clinet has the same version of them.
But he may add some HTML (Text) or images into them. Then we might
add some stuff too. We are trying to find a method so that all the pages
will in synch.

Thanx
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i really dont understand you.
but did you try include files.
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Say you and i have a JSP file that is exactly the same.  I add some new text and an image. You also add some text. How can we make our 2  JSPs to be the same, rather
than comparing each others file and updating manually.

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Right i got your point now but i am sorry i cant think of any think at the moment if i get any thing i will tell you
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Great...thanx
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1. install source safe
   a. allow multiple checkouts

2. upload the original version

3. both you and your colleague check out the original version, but do not get local copy (since your changes already exist).

4. check in your versions.

5. Source safe will will prompt you on what you want to keep if there are collisions.  If there are no collisions, source safe will merge the two versions properly.
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