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<definition name=".vs_main" path="/layouts/contentlayout.jsp">
<put name="title" value="main"/>
<put name="header" value="/tiles/header.jsp"/>
<put name="footer" value="/tiles/footer.jsp"/>
<put name="leftlist" value="/tiles/left_menulist.jsp"/>
<put name="mainbody" value=" "/>
<put name="query" value=" "/>
</definition>
<definition extends=".vs_main" name=".success">
<put name="title" value="t1"/>
<put name="mainbody" value="/success.jsp"/>
</definition>
<definition extends=".vs_main" name=".vs_user_log_view">
<put name="title" value="t2"/>
<put name="mainbody" value="/contents/manage/userlog/query.jsp"/>
<put name="query" value="/contents/manage/userlog/query_input.jsp"/>
</definition>

I define a ".vs_main" in tiles-defs.xml. There two elements("query" and "mainbody") with a blank value. I do this because some of my pages don't have a query or a mainbody.
When I deploy my project in Tomcat 5.0, everything works well. But when I deploy my project in Tomcat 5.5(jdk5.0), the page print "The requested resource (/WebVSClient/layouts/ ) is not available".

Now I chang the define into this:

<definition name=".vs_main" path="/layouts/contentlayout.jsp">
<put name="title" value="main"/>
<put name="header" value="/tiles/header.jsp"/>
<put name="footer" value="/tiles/footer.jsp"/>
<put name="leftlist" value="/tiles/left_menulist.jsp"/>
<put name="mainbody" value="blank.jsp"/>
<put name="query" value="blank.jsp"/>
</definition>
<definition extends=".vs_main" name=".success">
<put name="title" value="t1"/>
<put name="mainbody" value="/success.jsp"/>
</definition>
<definition extends=".vs_main" name=".vs_user_log_view">
<put name="title" value="t2"/>
<put name="mainbody" value="/contents/manage/userlog/query.jsp"/>
<put name="query" value="/contents/manage/userlog/query_input.jsp"/>
</definition>

The blank.jsp is a blank file. Now it's ok.
But I think this way is not well enough.
I want to know why this difference accors between Tomcat5.0 and Tomcat5.5.
and if there is a mechanism like placeholder in Tiles.

Thank you!!!
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