Your question was cut in the middle ofthe description of Tomcat's
The beginning of the question sounds like it would be useful if you
could send a minimalistic setup which demonstrates the problem.
-----Original Message-----
From: Maxime Turner []
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 8:32 PM
To: ''
Subject: RE: mutliple <%@ include%>s

I also had the same problem, and I too was waiting for an answer to your question, what i do right now is use the <jsp:include /> tag instead.

> Hi.
> I posted this the other day, but never got an answer.
> I'm using a .jsp page that wants to include a color key at
> the top and the
> bottom of the content. Under ServletExec it accomplished this
> by putting the
> colorkey in a file (colorkey.jsp) and using a static include
> (<%@ include%>)
> to include the file at the top and also at the bottom. The
> problem is that
> Tomcat complains that it has already