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Hi,
If I have a test.html file in a webserver (e.g., IBM HTTP server), and a test1.jsp file in an application server (e.g., IBM WebSphere App Server), is it possible to use <jsp:include... or <%@include ... to include test.html in test.jsp?
 
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Originally posted by Mike Yu:
Hi,
If I have a test.html file in a webserver (e.g., IBM HTTP server), and a test1.jsp file in an application server (e.g., IBM WebSphere App Server), is it possible to use <jsp:include... or <%@include ... to include test.html in test.jsp?


You can use JSTL's standard <c:import> tag to import content from any absolute URL. For more information on JSTL, see http://java.sun.com/products/jstl
 
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