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Tiles with runtime attributes - response already commited

louise rochford
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I'm trying to refactor an application which uses tiles / Struts1.1.

When I run the app, I get "[ServletException in:content] Response already committed.' " output instead of the body content & the title isn't interpreted.

Previously, we were using tiles, but had a 'layout' type page for each different content page (i.e. twice the number of pages than were required).

I've
- changed the action to extend TilesAction instead of Action
- added an init-param to the servlet as follows

- added the plugin to web.xml
- changed the config to get the actions to forward to the new layout page and
- defined the new layout page in a tiles-defs.xml file like this...

/jsp/tiles/layout.jsp accesses the title & content attributes like this:
<title><tiles:getAsString name="title" /></title>
and
<tiles:get name="content"/>

I can see that the application sets up title & content attributes in the context before forwarding to the page but there isn't anything useful output to the logs after that.
Does anyone have any ideas?
I'm using WSAD, J2EE 1.3.

Thanks in advance,
Louise
 
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