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From "Carlin Rogers" <>
Subject Re: can a rendering framework tell beehive to suppress <netui:html/body tags when jsp is inside a portlet ?
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2006 16:08:15 GMT
Hey Scott,

The NetUI tags do not have the capability to suppress the netui:html
and netui:body tag output. One thought would be to use a conditional
forward for you actions. The condition could be based on a flag
(whether it's a portal or direct request) which you set in the action
method. The forward for a direct request would either go to a template
or jsp that includes a fragment for the content within the <body> and
if it is a portal request it would just go to the  page fragment for
the portlet.

Kind regards,

On 11/16/06, Scott Symmank <> wrote:
> i have beehive pageflows that i am surfacing as a portlet.
> the portal that i am using (weblogic) recommends that portlets not contain
> <html><body>
> tags; saying that it can cause weird css behavior.
> currently, i ignore the advice if the jsp/pageflow is surfaced through both
> a portlet and direct access.
> does beehive have the capability to suppress the netui:html and netui:body
> tags output,
> or does this sound like a valid enhancement request?
> <netui:html>
>   <head>
>     <title>Title</title>
>   </head>
>   <netui:body>
> thanks,
> scott

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