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PortletRequestDispatcher implementation for Spec Chapter 19 "Dispatching Requests to Servlets and JSPs"

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      Portlets can delegate the execution of logic or creation of content to servlets and JSPs.
      This is useful for implementing the Model-View-Controller pattern where the portlet may
      act as controller and dispatch to different JSPs for rendering the views.
      The PortletRequestDispatcher interface provides a mechanism to accomplish this
      dispatching.
      Servlets and JSPs invoked from within a portlet in the render phase should generate
      markup fragments following the recommendations of the PLT.B Markup Fragment
      Appendix.
      You have the choose to use the include or forward methode.

      1. PortletRequestDispatcher_082707.patch
        15 kB
        Torsten Dettborn
      2. ResponseImpl_for_requestDispatcher_310807.patch
        42 kB
        Torsten Dettborn
      3. RequestImpl_for_requestDispatcher_030907.patch
        35 kB
        Torsten Dettborn

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