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about .jspf files

mohan gavande
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for which perpose .jspf files are used? Are they similar to .jsp files?
In one project some .jspf files are included .
Please clarify whats the exact differance between .jsp & .jspf

Thanking in advance.

~ Mohan
Bear Bibeault
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.jspf files are generally files that are included in .jsp files via the include directive. The 'f' stands for 'fragment' as these files are not full JSPs in and of themselves.


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Ben Souther
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If you are want to pre-compile all of your JSPs and have a lot of files that are only used as includes; that wouldn't compile as standalone pages, then changing the extension to something other than '.jsp' will cause Jasper/ANT (or whatever other tool you might be using) to skip those files.


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mohan gavande
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Thanks all you. Now i understand the clear concept of .jspf extension file


~ Mohan
 
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