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"no tag was defined for name: include" error

 
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I'm using RichFaces in a JSF application, and trying to include a JSP page, but I'm having some problems. Here's the snippet of code where I'm including this file:



Problem is that when I try to browse to the web page, I'm getting a 500 error, and the console is giving me this error:

<jsp:include> Tag Library supports namespace: http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page, but no tag was defined for name: include



Any ideas on how to correct this?
 
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It's been very long time since I used JSP with JSF but I think you need to use f:subView to do the include. As for the actual error, are you sure you have the correct namespace: http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page ?
 
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I've changed the namespace to read:



and I'm no longer getting the error. However, now nothing is happening. I've tried with and without the <f:subView>, and it doesn't seem to make a difference. The page renders as if there's no problem, but it doesn't appear that the included part is being rendered. Originally the jsp that I'm included wouldn't actually output anything to the page, it was just back-end code. I took everything out except the word "TEST" to see if it was even getting rendered and it isn't.
 
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Hi J Miller

You have a problem with Facelets View Handler, Facelets doesn't have a mechanism to include jsp pages, read this article can help you to solve your problem Facelets and legacy JSP

Regards

Cesar
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