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From "Paul Benedict" <pbened...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Issue with c:import or jsp:include
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2007 14:14:01 GMT
Jennie, definitely put Struts into your debugger and figure out if the
parameter is attached to the request. Sometimes error messages are telling
the truth -- there is no parameter really in the request.

Let me know what you find.

Paul

On 9/6/07, Jennie Moeller <Jennie.Moeller@bbc.co.uk> wrote:
>
> I have to include a jsp page in my main jsp page. The include must first
> go to an action which uses a dispatch.
>
> example:
>
> /weather.do?dispatch=display
>
> I can only seem to use the bean:include tag for this which we don't want
> to use due to the behavior of the bean:include tag.
>
> I tried doing this:
>
> <c:import url="/weather.do">
> <c:param name="dispatch" value="name" />
> </c:import>
>
> and also the same with jsp:include and jsp:param. In both cases I get
> the following errors:
>
> Request[/weather] does not contain handler parameter named dispatch
>
> In my struts config I definately have a parameter defined as dispatch
> (obviously since the bean:include does work for it).
>
> Its as if the c:param and jsp:param aren't actually putting the
> dispatch=display onto the URL.
>
> I also tried with putting the dispatch=display on the url
> (url="/weather.do?dispatch=display") and that didn't work either...I
> always get the same error about missing dispatch parameters.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Jennie
>
>
>
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