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Roel De Nijs
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i have 3 jsp-files: a.jsp, b.jsp and c.jsp

a.jsp contains:
<c:import url="b.jsp" />

b.jsp contains:
<c:import url="c.jsp" />

c.jsp contains some text and other struts-stuff

when i display a.jsp it's properly compiled and i get all the information that's needed (so the import in b.jsp is completed succesfully)

now i made a new tag in my own taglibrary because it has to do some things extra before import could happen.


in my tld i've got this entry:


when i have the same situation as above but instead of c:import i have aqf:import and other params that has to give in theory the same result as above, it doesn't import the import in b.jsp . so i get instead "<aqf:import param1="" param2="" />" as text in the jsp-file

when i change the import in a.jsp to <aqf:import ...> and in the b.jsp i don't change a thing it works also properly, also other struts-tags like logic:equal are succesfully managed.

Anyone with an idea how to get my own import-tag to get some iteration in importing ?


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Roel De Nijs
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Joined: Jul 19, 2004
Posts: 5597
    
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would some admin be so kind to close/delete this topic because i posted it under JSP because that's the place to be

thread could be found under this topic.

thanks anyway
 
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