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What is the significance of a jspi file.
I know it is used to declare all constants and imports for Web Modules.
But to which language does it belong.
.jsp goes for Java server Pages files
Similarly what kind of files does .jspi ext denote
<%@ include file="/jsp/common/WebConstants.jspi" %>
 
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.jspi is not a standard or conventional file type. I suspect that it is a file type that your group is using to denote "JSP include files"... e.g. JSP fragments not meant to be entire views, but included in other JSP pages. My own groups uses .jspf (for JSP fragment).
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