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From "Matthias Käppler" <m.kaepp...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: JSPWiki "Special Pages"
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2007 17:08:18 GMT
Hi Janne,

I should have probably mentioned that when talking about more advanced JSPs,
I mean that I have to include a lot of script files. Because the JSP is
resolved using the "VIEW" context though (if I'm not mistaken), I cannot
have any <script> tags in my JSP because that will break the

Is there any other way having a JSP as a special page while still being able
to have full control over the JSP from top to bottom?

Besides, although I defined my JSP directly as a special page, that JSP
(let's call it MyJSP.jsp) is never invoked directly but instead
MyJSPContent.jsp will be included by the ViewTemplate). Is this intentional?


2007/11/26, Janne Jalkanen <janne.jalkanen@iki.fi>:
> Yes, that is exactly the reason why they exist.  It allows you to
> reference any JSP page as a WikiPage.  Even reference counting should
> work.
> jspwiki.specialPage.MyAdvancedJSP = myownjsps/my.jsp
> and then use
> [MyAdvancedJSP] within WikiMarkup.
> /Janne
> On Mon, Nov 26, 2007 at 05:50:13PM +0100, Matthias Käppler wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I was wondering, there is a "jspwiki.specialPage" property in
> > jspwiki.properties which is set for a couple of pages. Can I use this to
> > reference my own JSPs as a plain old wiki page?
> >
> > My problem is that I have a rather advanced JSP with a lot of scripting
> > magic going on, and I want to reference it from the LeftMenu, not
> through a
> > "raw" link to the JSP.
> >
> > Can I do this with special pages? If so, how? (of course I tried setting
> my
> > page JSP as a special page, but that didn't change anything).
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Matthias

Matthias Käppler
Research Assistant
Knowledge Management Group
DFKI GmbH, Germany

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