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Importing problem

Luiz Abrahao
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Joined: Jun 18, 2008
Posts: 10
Hi everybody,

I'm having problem to import some content into my application, basically:

- I have to import some presentations to users review and make comments.
--- The presentations have the format like this:
------- index.html
------- page_01.html
------- page_02.html
------- page_n.html

I tried import using the full path, to use with <c:import> (when I try access the presentation via the browser, with the address generated by the web application, it opens the page normally) and the relative path, to use with <jsp:import> but I've got no response. The panel which should has the page import is empty.

the <c:import> tag:

<c:import url="file:///C:\\Documents and Settings\\luiza\My Documents\\eclipse\\workspace\\.metadata\\.plugins\\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\\tmp0\\wtpwebapps\\Chiron\\clients\\generic\\developing\\basicSWARM\\01\\index.html"></c:import>

Has anyone come across this problem? Or another solution to do the imports

Thank you
Luiz

[ June 30, 2008: Message edited by: Luiz Abrahao ]
[ June 30, 2008: Message edited by: Luiz Abrahao ]
 
 
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