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Tiago Fernandez
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Joined: May 16, 2003
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How I can configure my Dreamweaver to process the jsp:include tags, so do others servlet requests?
My includes doesn't work at all, only the first include is displayed...
Any idea to solve this?

Tiago Fernandez
Simon Harvey
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Joined: Jan 26, 2003
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I don't know for sure, but would it not be the case that only your servlet/jsp server would do the include at run time.
I was just thinking that seeing jsp is a dynamic technology - not like normal include directives in html, you may only see included data if you run your page through tomcat or whatever
Just a thought. If this is the case, and you still aren't getting anywhere, it is likely to be the case that tomcat or whatever you are using as a app server is causing the problem and not dreamweaver
Good luck
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