[opencms-dev] How to include a jsp in a html page[Scanned]
jon.mayes at pegasus-homes.co.uk
Thu Nov 3 18:39:41 CET 2005
You can't include jsp in html using the taglib in this way - unless I presume if you set up the jsp parser to take care of html files as well... I'm not sure exactly how one would set this up though - for PHP on Apache you need to add an application handler, perhaps you could do the same for html/jsp?
From: Inmaculada Piquero Buedo [mailto:inpibu at hotmail.com]
Sent: 02 November 2005 09:28
To: opencms-dev at opencms.org
Subject: [opencms-dev] How to include a jsp in a html page[Scanned]
Hello, I´d like to know how can I include a jsp from an html page.
The idea, is that I´d like to have the possiblitiy of make an "exec" of a
jsp, when the html page is called.
I´ve used the <cms:include ..> directive, with "parameters" page, and file.
I´ve used, the cms.include() call too, but I´m not able of seeing the jsp
from my html page.
<cms:include page= PATH to my jsp/name.jsp />
<cms:inclue file= PATH to my jsp/name.jsp />
cms.include ("PATH to my jsp/name.jsp ");
Which parameters of the cms.include can I use, and how to use it?
Please, could you giving me an advice of how to include this kind of file?
Thanks in advance,
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