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From "Felipe Nascimento" <felipen...@inf.puc-rio.br>
Subject Re: RES: recursive tiles
Date Tue, 02 Dec 2003 21:09:57 GMT
I´ll try that

tks a lot.

Felipe
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam Hardy" <ahardy.struts@cyberspaceroad.com>
To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <struts-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: RES: recursive tiles


Basically subbody1 & 2 are just extra tiles? Try this - your tiles-defs.xml:
<definition name="tile.foo" extends="mainTemplate">
    <put name="body" value="/foo.jsp" />
    <put name="subbody1" value="/foo2.jsp" />
    <put name="subbody2" value="/minifoo.jsp" />
</definition>

in your mainTemplate.jsp, you would have:
<tiles:get name="body">
    <put name="subbody1" beanName="subbody1"/>
    <put name="subbody2" beanName="subbody2"/>
</tiles:get>

in your foo.jsp you would have:
<tiles:insert attribute="subbody1" />

I haven't actually done tiles to 3 levels deep, just 2, but I've never
heard of any problems with it.

Adam

On 12/01/2003 08:52 PM Felipe Nascimento wrote:
> That is my what I don´t know.
> I don´t know if I have to define the two components subbody1 and 2 in my
> foo.jsp (body file), or in my tiles-defs.xml.
> I suppose it is better in my tiles-defs.xml. So in foo.jsp I could only
> get the values and that´s it.
>
> Could you give a simple example of the definition in tiles-defs.xml, the
> getting and putting in foo.jsp?
>
> In your code bellow (<put name="subbody1" value="subbody1"/>) where is
> defined subbody1? The name is the name in tiles-defs? And value is the
> jsp page?
>
> Tks a lot
> Felipe
>
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: Adam Hardy [mailto:ahardy.struts@cyberspaceroad.com]
> Enviada em: segunda-feira, 1 de dezembro de 2003 08:41
> Para: Struts Users Mailing List
> Assunto: Re: recursive tiles
>
>
> Hi Felipe,
> not quite sure exactly what you want to do - where do you expect
> subbody1 & subbody2 to come from? If you are defining them in your
> tiles-defs.xml then you need to pass them as variables explicitly to
> 'body' in your maintemplate:
>
> <tiles:get name="body">
>    <put name="subbody1" value="subbody1"/>
> </tiles:get>
>
> HTH
> Adam
>
> On 12/01/2003 06:41 AM Felipe Nascimento wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I have the following definition in my tiles-defs.xml: <definition
>>name="mainTemplate" path="/mainTemplate.jsp">
>>   <put name="title" value="${title}" />
>>   <put name="header" value="/components/header.jsp" />
>>   <put name="menu" value="/componentes/menu.jsp" />
>>   <put name="body" value="" />
>>   <put name="footer" value="/componentes/footer.jsp" /> </definition>
>>
>><definition name="tile.foo" extends="mainTemplate">
>>   <put name="body" value="/foo.jsp" />
>></definition>
>>
>>In mainTemplate.jsp I have:
>>....
>><tiles:get name="body"/>
>>....
>>
>>What I want is to put more variable content in my foo.jsp, the same
>>way I put in mainTemplate.jsp something like....
>>
>>foo.jsp:
>><tiles:get name="subBody1"/>
>><tiles:get name="subBody2"/>
>
>
>
>


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