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From Paul Benedict <pbened...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Struts 1.3.10 problem
Date Sun, 01 Nov 2009 07:02:50 GMT
If I remember my HTML correctly, <body> and <frameset> are mutually
exclusive. That is, you have one or the other, but not both. Since you
don't have a body, you can't show any links.

Paul

On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 8:00 PM, cpanon <cpanon@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello
> I have a page that has two active portions, "feed" by session objects
> and iterated. It works fine monolithically. I now want to break it up
> into a frameset using the struts frame tag for the individual segmented
> portions. Before I launch to my frameset composed page, I land on a
> page that confirms that the two segments work, with an strut html:link.
> It also works, properly formatted with a sessionsID, and when click the
> page (either) correctly loads. When I jump to my frameset composed page
> it does not load, does not have the sessionID(reason it doesnt load),
> but no errors on compiler error. In the example below I show it with a
> forward, but it is the same/failure with either a properly defined
> forward or a simple page attribute. Any ideas? If I use Tiles will it
> not force a reload in one tile when another is submitted and posted
> back?
>
> the crucial segment on the composed page is:
> <html:link  page="/inner.jsp" title="innerFrame">InnerFrame</html:link>
> <html:link  page="/static.jsp" title="staticFrame">staticFrame</html:link>
> <frameset rows="85%,15%" id="enclosingFrame" title="totalFrame">
> <html:frame forward="innerFrame" frameName="inner" styleId="innerFrame" marginwidth="0"/>
> <html:frame forward="staticFrame" frameName="static" styleId="staticFrame" marginwidth="0"/>
> </frameset>

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