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Calling a JSP tag from a java bean?

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Can this be done and is it good programming practise?
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To my knowledge this cannot be done.
Indeed in my opinon it is not good coding practise as a Java bean should be completely independent of the JSP page (ie) the View (JSP) should only know about the Model (JavaBean) and not vice versa.
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90% sure no it can't be done...  the tag may be written so that it is possible, but probably not...

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by:danBosh
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slighty unrelated, but when we take about model\view\control....what are these aspects?
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