Re: import tag for dynamic content

2009-09-16 Thread paulbrickell
Hassan, Agreed. Just doesn't work. Hassan Schroeder-2 wrote: On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 1:48 AM, paulbrickell paul.brick...@evolvedintelligence.com wrote: Does anyone know how to use the import tag to access dynamic content from the current context? I found this... c:set var=xmlURL

Re: import tag for dynamic content

2009-09-16 Thread Hassan Schroeder
On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 12:43 AM, paulbrickell paul.brick...@evolvedintelligence.com wrote: Agreed. Just doesn't work. ? Uh, doesn't work exactly how? This c:url var=xmlURL value=/x/y/z/ sets `xmlURL` to a very different value compared to your original c:set var=url value=x/y/z/ What's

Re: import tag for dynamic content

2009-09-16 Thread paulbrickell
Hassan, If I create a url with a context relative path (e.g. /x/y/z) and the I use this in the url attribute of an import tag, the import tag seems to attempt a lookup of a file in the web application. So given this... c:url var=aURL value=/x/y/z/ ${aURL} Get resource at z c:import

Re: import tag for dynamic content

2009-09-16 Thread Hassan Schroeder
On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 7:05 AM, paulbrickell paul.brick...@evolvedintelligence.com wrote: If I create a url with a context relative path (e.g. /x/y/z) and the I use this in the url attribute of an import tag, the import tag seems to attempt a lookup of a file in the web application. So

Re: import tag for dynamic content

2009-09-15 Thread Hassan Schroeder
On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 1:48 AM, paulbrickell paul.brick...@evolvedintelligence.com wrote: Does anyone know how to use the import tag to access dynamic content from the current context? I found this... c:set var=xmlURL