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jsp:include, is there max length? or max buffer size?

 
John Tsoi
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i using 2 layer: jsp:include page, that mean i put a "include page" inside a "include page",
but the problem is, the last few sentense of the lower include page content does not show in my ie or firefow preview,
is it because there is a max length or max buffer ?
 
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Hi,

There is no buffer size defined in the <JSP:include> action, we only define buffer size and flush mode in <%@page%> attribute.

cross check your jsp include action.


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Pankaj Singh
 
John Tsoi
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ok, thanks, but i still can't find the problem....

Pankaj Kr. Singh wrote:Hi,

There is no buffer size defined in the <JSP:include> action, we only define buffer size and flush mode in <%@page%> attribute.

cross check your jsp include action.


Thanks,
Pankaj Singh
 
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Incomplete content is frequently a sign that an exception is being thrown. Have you checked the logs?
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Incomplete content is frequently a sign that an exception is being thrown. Have you checked the logs?


checked....i think there is some problem with using 2 layer of include.....that me i included file inside a included file
 
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