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I am trying understand how to use the bean:page with the different properties, application, config, response, request, session, and I understand the simple syntax.  What I dont know is what properties I can "get at" with the bean:write tag for each of the properties of the bean:page property  

For example what is the application property that will give me the URL for an applet stored on the application server?  I have an applet and all its signed jars directly off the webapp context.  How can I get these two bean tags to put in the applet codebase attribute : codebase="http://localhost:8089/webapp/" dynamically so I can launch my applet.  The applet runs fine as a simple html file with no codebase, obviously it is defaulting where the html is located on the webserver.  I now want to switch this over to a tomcat webapp.  Ideas?  tia!

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