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From Chris Pratt <>
Subject Re: Struts2: JSP vs JSPF issue
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2010 19:16:45 GMT
My bet would be that the .jspf extension is not mapped to be processed by
the JSP Processor in your Servlet Container.  I think .jspf is just a naming
convention, it doesn't have any intrinsic meaning to the container, so if
you want to continue putting your fragments in .jsp files, they should work

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 12:08 PM, Ken <> wrote:

> The following is in a file called "menu.jspf"
> <%@ page pageEncoding="UTF-8" %>
> <%@ taglib prefix="s" uri="/struts-tags" %>
> <h2>Menu</h2>
> <s:a action="login">Login</s:a>
> The html produced is (produces <s:a> tags instead of <a> tags...):
> <h2>menu</h2>
> <s:a action="login">Login</s:a
> The exact same code is now placed in a file called "menu.jsp" and it
> produces (the expected result)...
> <h2>menu</h2>
> <a href="/MZWEB/login">Login</a>
> I am using Netbeans 6.9 RC2 with Glassfish Prelude... What's causing
> this?  I've never used jspf files before, but they have less template
> code in them, where the jsp files are templated for a new web page
> (meta, head, body...).  So I thought jspf are just "fragments" the exact
> same behaviour but made to assemble pages... anyways I see no issue
> using jsp files with my tiles but was just wondering what this was
> about.

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