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using a bean value in html:image tag as the src

 
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I have extracted a chunk of JSP code from several JSPs to a JSPF and include the JSPF in the JSPs that used to have that code in. At the same time I have refactored it and used as few scriplets as possible. However there is one scriplet I cannot get around. It adds a String of a bean onto the src of a <html:image> tag

like so:

<html:image src='<%=objectInSession.getAlias() %>/some/folder/frontpage.gif' onclick="doSomething();" />

How can I refactor this in my JSPF?


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