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Refreshing page in struts jsp

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My requirement is refresh the jsp page in struts for every 60 Sec.
Can anybody please provide me the code which i need to put in jsp..Please note that i do not want to resubmit the page. I just want to refresh the page.
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I think this tag will resubmit the page.  My requirement is to just refresh the page.
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> I think this tag will resubmit the page.  My requirement is to just refresh the page.

Have you tried setting the url in the tag? this is equivalent to url redirect.
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=http://someurl" />
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