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include Servlet output from a JSP file

 
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HI,

I am trying to include a servlet from a JSP page. Currently, we have quite a few servlets that we need to include on different JSP pages, so this is not just "rewrite the servlet as a jsp" type of project. I have tried the <jsp:include ...> tag, the <c:include ...> tag, the <%@ import ...> tag, and using the RequestDispatcher.include(...) method, all of which have failed. The error message on the log is:

"... handle-processed reports: HTTP2205: The request method is not applicable to the requested resource."

I am not sure if it is a configuration error in the servlet (which is why I posted here) or a problem with the JSP page. It may also be a server configuration error (We are running Sun ONE Web Server). Does anyone know why this occurrs?

Thanks in advance,
Steve

P.S.- Please do not question "why" we are using servlets with JSP pages. We have a variety of web apps using servlets and are just getting into using JSP pages.
 
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Should work without an issue. I'm not familiar with Sun ONE to know if it has issues.
 
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Does this help?

http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5117475
 
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Unfortunately this did not help. I am almost positive it is a server configuration error, because I have seen similar posts where people have mentioned including a servlet using <jsp:include ...> without any problems. I have also posted this on Sun's website since it is Sun hardware/software:

http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5424828

Thanks again for the help. Appreciate the effort.
 
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It's have to be a SUn ONE-specific configuration issue. There is no standard configuration that needs to be adjusted.
 
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After running several tests, I have found the problem (but not the solution). Each jsp page is run in its own context (default context if its a straight web directory) unless they are in the same directory as the web application. If I move the jsp file to the web app's folder, the <jsp:include...> works fine. Now the problem is enabling cross-context in my web applications/server to get around this issue. Does anyone have a clue if that is even possible? My bets are that is isn't, but just thought I'd try...
 
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I have found a way to do this. You have to define the context of the include, so the <jsp:include is not correct. instead, use the <c:import like this:

(Add to the top of your page)
<%@taglib uri = "http://java.sun.com/jstl/core" prefix="c"%>

then, where you want to do your include:
<c:import url="(URL from the context. same as in the web.xml)" context="(web app directory here)" />
 
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Unless you say otherwise, people are going to assume that the resources are all from the same web application.
 
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