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I want to include a JSP from another application. Is this possible?

I have one application called "include" and one application called "myapp". From the /myapp/index.jsp i'm trying to use the tag <jsp:include page="/include/myinclude.jsp" />. Nothing shows for the include and no errors are thrown.

Any help is appreciated.

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 10:35 AM

    hi,

    you have to use

    <%@include file=="/include/myinclude.jsp" %>

    i am not sure but works for only html pages i.e if you have myinclude.htm then you can use this.

    hope this helps, else revert back.

    Regards,

    Hemendra

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi,

      you want to call a dynamic jsp i.e. it has some of its functionality.

      then in my opinion you should use forward or redirection instead of include. since in case of include tag during server compilation the tag is replaced by the code of that include jsp page.

      since your page is dynamic hence it is not getting displayed and neither showing any error.

      try using forward tag to the page as:

      <jsp:forward page="your_page_loc.jsp" />

      and if you want to pass any paramateres then you can pass using: <jsp:forward page="your_page_loc.jsp"> <jsp:param name="username" value="jsmith" /> </jsp:forward>

      alternatively you can redirect like:

      response.sendRedirect("http://your_path_for_file/filename.jsp ");

      OR

      You can also physically alter the Location HTTP header attribute, as shown below:

      <%

      response.setStatus(HttpServletResponse.SC_MOVED_PERMANENTLY);

      String newLocn = "/newpath/filename.jsp";

      response.setHeader("Location",newLocn);

      %>

      Hope this may solve your problem,

      Regards,

      Hemendra

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