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In short - you can't.

You could (and this is a long way around) pass a parameter through the link that is tested for in the receiving page. If it is found then css is used to set the values of the pieces of the page you don't want to see to display:none. Again, this is not advisable, as it lacks scalability/portability.

The best option is to generate the table in question on it's own page and link directly to that. If the data is being generated dynamically through the jsp then that shouldn't be to much of a problem.

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