My group is working on using JSP includes to make a webpage template. We want to use some absolute URL includes in the template but with testing and a review of Sun's JSP documentation website, the two available include commands do not support absolute URLs.
Is there a work around or do we have to make a local copy of the contents of the absolute URL (which we do own)?
P.S. We use variables to store the include values whether they are local webpages or absolute urls. We then use the include functions to call the variable.
1. He had download "nightly build" version which is very unstable. If you only need the standard package, you can download jakarta-taglibs-standard-beta1.zip from http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-taglibs/releases/standard/
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