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tiles problem

mihir shandilya
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Joined: Oct 01, 2007
Posts: 6
hello ranchers,
I write the tiles definition in tiles-defs.xml file as follows,

<definition name="tdef" page="/layout.jsp">
<put name="title" type="string" value="Mihir"/>
<put name="header" value="/header .jsp"/>
<put name="body" value="/body.jsp"/>
<put name="footer" value="/footer.jsp"/>
</definition>

In the layout.jsp page I use following statemenets,

<tiles:insert attribute="header" ignore="true">
<tiles:insert attribute="body" />
<tiles:insert attribute="footer" ignore="true"/>

Then header.jsp I display the title as given below,
<tiles:get name="title" />

Again in the footer.jsp, I want to display the same title so I write,
<tiles:get name="title" />

Now the problem is that whenever I run the application, the value of title in header.jsp get

printed but the value of title in footer.jsp did not get printed. It gives follwing

exception at the place of footer.jsp.
Error 500: ServletException in '/pages/footer.jsp': ServletException
in 'title':Response already committed.

Please help me to solve the problem so that I can print the value of title in header.jsp as well as in footer.jsp

thanks in advance.

[ November 28, 2007: Message edited by: mihir shandilya ]

[ November 28, 2007: Message edited by: mihir shandilya ]
[ November 28, 2007: Message edited by: mihir shandilya ]
 
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