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From stanlick <stanl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struts 2 Plug-in and JSP 404
Date Thu, 09 Jul 2009 19:47:09 GMT

Thanks Dale -- 

I hear what you are saying, and this seemed a little foreign to me too! 
However, for a plug-in to be a drop-n-go deal, I sort of think the goods
should all be in the plug-in jar itself?  Make sense?  I was looking at this
article, and it appears this cat has a JSP working in his plug-in?

http://www.struts2.org/category/struts2-plugins/
http://www.struts2.org/category/struts2-plugins/ 

The reason for this plug-in is to eliminate a couple pages of configuration
steps for the adopter of my application.  I'd rather not say just drop the
plug-in in your WEB-INF/lib folder and then copy JSP files here...

Peace,
Scott



DNewfield wrote:
> 
> stanlick wrote:
>> I am working on a plug-in that needs to display a JSP.
> 
>> The folder "pages" is in the root of my config-plugin.jar
> 
> I believe jsp files must be in the file system, not in jars.
> 
> -Dale
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