Obtaining the Window name in a jsp

Is it possible to obtain the name of a window  from the session or request data, ie I know that window.name will give me the name of a window in javascript, is there an equivalent in jsp ?
mikehalfsheenAsked:
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TimYatesConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No, because the JSP is executed on the server, so has no concept of "Window"
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mikehalfsheenAuthor Commented:
bum :(
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mikehalfsheenAuthor Commented:
oh, thanks BTW :)
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TimYatesCommented:
Why the C grade?

Didn't I give you the correct answer?
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mikehalfsheenAuthor Commented:
yes, but I didn't like it :) I suppose I could upgrade it
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TimYatesCommented:
>  yes, but I didn't like it

From the help pages about grading
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/JSP/help.jsp#hi73

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mikehalfsheenAuthor Commented:
OK, how do I upgrade you then?  
I suppose my rationale at the time was that although you answered my question thoroughly, you didn't provide a solution -which was because of the nature of the question. As your answer stopped me  farting around looking for a 'wrong' solution I suppose you deserve an A after all ;)
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TimYatesCommented:
:-)  

If you post a question for zero points here:  http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/

Asking for this question (Q_21125866.html) to be re-opened, a moderator will be along in a bit to sort it out :-)

Thanks for that :-)

Good luck with your project :-)

Tim
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