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Hi all,

I'm working with Spring MVC and greybox (popup window) to popup a login form.
But still i couldn't get this working.

In my home.jsp i have defined the following as stated in the greybox tutorial.



and in the same jsp i have the login link like this:



when i start this application and click on login link the login.jsp is shown as a new page, not as a greybox popup. I guess greybox doesnt get called to show the requested page. Am i doing sumthg wrong here? Can anyone please help me to get this working???

Thanks in advance.
 
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Is the name of the directory really "resouces"? Is this a Spring issue, or a greybox issue? Do you get any console errors in Firebug?
 
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Hi David,

Thanks for your reply. Yeah, the directory name is correct there and no errors from firebug too. It seems to me like Spring handles the request and shows that page via ViewResolver, so greybox doesnt get called..... this is what i guess... How can i handle this problem???

Looking forward for your answer.....

Thanks.
 
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Have you tried using an absolute path?

(I really would recommend spelling "resources" correctly instead of allowing the spelling error to remain in your app's structure.)
 
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Hi David,

I tried the absolute path too, but it didn't work. The required page is shown correctly but not via greybox. Thats the problem. Spring handles the request correctly but don't pass through greybox, it shows that page directly i guess. Any ideas to overcome this issue???

I changed the spelling mistake in the directory name as "resources". Thanks a lot.

 
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