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From "Coetmeur, Alain" <alain.coetm...@caissedesdepots.fr>
Subject jsp:directive.include directove does not work...
Date Fri, 23 Nov 2001 18:17:37 GMT

I have migrated some jsp from Inprise App Server
to tomcat 4.0 (catalina) with jboss

sthod static include directives
were not recognised
<jsp:directive.include file="inc_header.jsp" />

the
<%@ include file="..." %>
works well anyway...

Is it a bug ?
if true, it should be corrected
and sent to the dev team?
who should I contact...


who 5.1.3 The jsp:directive.include element
The jsp:directive.include element is used to substitute text and/or code at
JSP page
translation-time. This element can appear anywhere within a JSP document.
Its syntax is:
<jsp:directive.include file="relativeURLspec" flush="true|false" />
The interpretation of a jsp:directive.include element is as in Section
2.10.3.


jsp1.1 spec say:

The include Directive
In the XML document corresponding to JSP pages, the include directive is
represented using
the syntax:
<jsp:directive.include file=" relativeURLspec" flush="true|false" />
Examples
Below are two examples, one in JSP syntax, the other using XML syntax:
<%@ include file="copyright.hmtl" %>
<jsp:directive.include file="htmldocs/logo.html" />



jsp1.2 say:
5.1.3 The jsp:directive.include element
The jsp:directive.include element is used to substitute text and/or code at
JSP page
translation-time. This element can appear anywhere within a JSP document.
Its syntax is:
<jsp:directive.include file="relativeURLspec" flush="true|false" />
The interpretation of a jsp:directive.include element is as in Section
2.10.3.




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Alain Coetmeur

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