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From Duncan Mills <duncan.mi...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: JSTL Has "Paging" Built-In?
Date Tue, 06 Jul 2004 16:29:52 GMT
The <c:forEach> tag has the ability to use variable values for the 
start, end and step values of the loop, so you can use that to display 
say 10 rows of a collection at a time.
start and end can be defined with expressions

Regards

Duncan Mills




Caroline Jen wrote:

>I was told that JSTL has "paging" built in. Could
>someboday who has used this feature provide
>instructions? Is there a document that illustrate the
>steps of using it?
>
>Paging means: [ previous page | 1 2 3 4 ... | next
>page ]
>
>I have tried one of the paging taglib; but, it does
>not accept JSTL tags. 
>
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