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Exercise 3: Using JSTL, Struts-EL etc

Exercise 3: Using JSTL, Struts-EL etc
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Business Objectives: 
The following business objectives will be met at the end of this exercise: 
1. Add support for JavaScript 
2. Controlling field navigation without mouse 
3. Greater Control over the look and feel using CSS Stylesheets 
4. Additional Message Display in Success page if user has accepted to receive promotional 
5. Simplifying JSP maintenance by eliminating buggy scriptlets. 
Technical Objectives for this exercise: 
The technical objectives of this exercise is to learn ?how to?: 
11. Implement Focus on the first field 
12. Implement javascript handlers such as onmouseover etc. 
13. Use tabindex 
14. Use CSS StyleClass, Style etc. 
15. Use JSTL Tag <c:out> 
16. Use JSTL Tag <c:if> 
17. Use Struts-EL 
18. Use <c:forEach> tag & implement an effective way to display Collection of Radio Boxes using 


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