This week's giveaway is in the Java/Jakarta EE forum. We're giving away four copies of Java EE 8 High Performance and have Romain Manni-Bucau on-line! See The message I get back, in this case from Orion, is that the file could not be found. The path that the error returns is always prepended by "/". Is it not possible to include files that do not exist within the webapp? My efforts to include urls from another host don't work as well. Perhaps I've made too many assumptions here...
Why don't you want the HTML files to reside in the web app? You could put them in their own directory.
posted 15 years ago
It's really a deployment issue. I have to render multiple sites, all with the same function but with different templates. Rather than incorporating the templates into the web app (I have an external tool that will manage the look and feel and will create the html pages offline), I want to keep them isolated, and pull them in dynamically. I will have, potentially, hundreds of other sites. So, I don't want to put them in my webapp - which is actually just part of a larger enterprise app.