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How to map non - *.jsp files to be served as regular JSP pages?

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Can anyone tell me how to map a file that doesn't end with .jsp (but a valid JSP 2.0 page) to be served as a regular JSP page in Weblogic. I tried the following:

I'm doing a PageContext.include() of .xyz files from a custom tag. The problem with the above approach is that the JSP processor was not able to find the custom taglibs and was not parsing ELs. However, the root jsp having the same custom taglib and ELs work fine.

I thought I was missing some initialization params. I could not get the default mapping for .jsp files (In Tomcat, it is defined under config/web.xml). I'm new to Weblogic. I'm using Weblogic 9.0 beta. Any help would be much appreciated.


[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: raj madhuram ]
[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: raj madhuram ]
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