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From hha...@orgo.com
Subject java.io.IOException: Illegal to flush within a custom tag ?
Date Wed, 16 Jan 2002 17:07:18 GMT
Yes, I've seen the bug report on this, and it says 
that the JSP 1.1 spec makes it illegal to call flush() within 
a custom tag, and using the pageContext.include("some.jsp") 
method does just that, thus the error: 

java.io.IOException: Illegal to flush within a custom tag 

bug report: 
http://w6.metronet.com/~wjm/tomcat/2001/Jan/msg00640.html

But they say to use tomcat 4.0 to get past this bug because 
the newer spec removed this restriction.  However, with 
tomcat-4.0.1, I still get that error.  So has this 
restriction really been removed or not yet?  Any other way 
to include a jsp page within a nested custom tag?  

thanks, John. 

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John W. Hager -- orgo services
email: hhager@orgo.com
  tel: 619.232.1829
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