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how to <%@ include file="/to_another_project/abc.jsp

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    Petar Banicevic
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    Dear gurus,

    I have two web projects in myeclipse. Second one uses some jsp pages from the first one, here is example:

    <%@ include file=”/html/portlet/ext/eures/enterprise_admin/init.jsp” %>

    but file belongs to another project. I tried everything like ../../../ but nothing works. Is there any workaround or way to trick IDE to read the file.

    I really need to get access to the init.jsp in above example, it sets many variables that are dependent and set in another project.

    Please help.

    #298676 Reply

    Loyal Water
    Member

    petar_b,
    As far as I know, the file should be a part of the project. I’ll move this to the software development forum so that the users could give their suggestions on this post.

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    Loyal Water
    Member

    Moving to Off Topic >> Software Development.

    #298692 Reply

    support-joy
    Member

    Hi petar_b,

    As far as I know the things involving a RequestDispatcher, either explicitly in a servlet or implicitly in a Jsp like “jsp:include” and “jsp:forward”, can only refer to a resource (jsp or servlet) which is inside the current web application context? e.g. I think you would have to make a local copy, of your init.jsp, in the current web application (project, in WSAD).

    The other way of using the jsp files is using Maven 2 dependency management. you can try the War Overlay method of maven2 dependency management. for further information take a look at this link – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/776874/maven-jsp-files-in-dependency

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