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I have recently come to know (the hard way) that JSP Tag files cannot use taglibs. I am looking for alternatives and am asking to see if anyone knows a good way to have reusable JSP content. I have tried include()s, but I can't seem to get the buffer to flush correctly and either the include terminates the response, or it is written before the including stream. Any help or links would be appreciated, thanks. --RProgrammer
Originally posted by RProgrammer: I have recently come to know (the hard way) that JSP Tag files cannot use taglibs.
I am afraid that you have been misinformed. It is most certainly possible to use other taglibs within tag files.
Joined: Jun 11, 2007
There, I presume that name is more acceptable.
Sigh. I believe it is called a Heisenbug when speaking of the problem magically causes it to be resolved. I am used to that in Windows, but I never expected to see it on a Linux Server . In any case it is now resolved. Although I didn't attempt this many more times because so many people actually said you couldn't use taglibs. I don't know what fixed it, but I am glad it is fixed.