I'm looking for the recipe to do the following:\n\nI have created a jsp struts page that contains a form. The page is\ncalled logon.jsp and it has a corresponding jsp page called done.jsp.\n\nIf the button on the form is a success, I redirect to done.jsp. So far\nso good.\n\nIf the button on the form encounters errors I return the appropriate\nerror messages to logon.jsp and they display exactly to <html:errors/>.\n\nHowever, the next level of refinement has me puzzled.\n\nWithin logon.html, I have created an errors section at the bottom of\nthe page and I use an anchor tag, <a NAME="errors">, to identify its\nbeginning.\n\nI have tried to map my 'failure' condition to logon.jsp#errors with no\nluck. The page is mapped to <whatever>logon.do no matter what\ncombinatorials I've tried. And just to be clear, my jsp layout is\ndesigned so that the errors section is intentionally unobtrusive to the\nlogon part of the page. IOW, I know that I can just display the errors\nhigher on the page and so on. The point is that I want a space for\nverbose explanations that aren't disorientating to the user's\nexpection.\n\nIs this exercise possible in Struts?