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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Using RequestDispatcher.include() outside of Request/Response cycle.
Date Tue, 09 Oct 2007 21:54:06 GMT
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Andrei,

Andrei Tchijov wrote:
> I would love to let JSP application developers to stay in one language
> environment (JSP).  And as soon as pretty much all but auditing could be
> done in JSP (especially with JSTL), I feel that it will be nice (and
> appropriate) to let people to code audit functionality using JSP as
> well.

I don't believe this is an appropriate use of JSP technology; I believe
it to be an abuse of it. Are you trying to use JSP's ability to produce
textual output, or do you just have regular Java code inside <% and %>
tags? If that's the case, then your developers aren't writing JSP:
they're writing Java and wrapping it in JSP.

> And besides that one issue, this idea works just fine.

How do you get request and response objects for other events so that the
JSP has access to them?

- -chris

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