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From "Anand Belaguly" <an...@edgesoftinc.com>
Subject RE: base href (html:base) tag
Date Tue, 24 Sep 2002 20:51:47 GMT
Both approaches work fine, in fact we had a discussion about using
Both.

Actually the BASE tag just works fine, the same view may be generated by

Any action and the JSP URL will get masked by the one from where
The jsp is called(forwarded action). Base tag supports all the other
Reference links(like stylesheets,images etc etc) on the page, and it 
is already available (we don't Need to re-desing/re-write anything).

Anand

-----Original Message-----
From: Dylan MacDonald [mailto:dmacdonald@gnxchange.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 12:04 PM
To: struts-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: base href (html:base) tag


Hi -

I'm a bit of a newbie to Struts so I hope you can bear with me.

I'm one of several developers working on a struts framework Registration
project for my company. We are currently having an internal debate as to
how to set up application contexts and asset pathing in our JSP pages
for this and future projects we are slated to build.

The Java Architect on the project believes we should use the
<html:base/> tag in our JSPs. That way we can set the context (or
pathing) via the taglib. This would help for transferring files between
our Dev and Production environments, for example.

A few of the web developers believe that we should set a J2EE directive
which maps all requests to the application context we set. That way, we
can set the pathing to be whatever we want without being constrained by
what the Base Href is.

By using <html:base/>, I assume that we will be adding a BASE HREF tag
to the top of every JSP page. I think this is odd. I never set a BASE
HREF tag unless I want to view the page completely out of context (like
on my desktop). Moreover, who really uses BASE HREF on every JSP page? I
almost never see it in the source code of sites I visit. It just strikes
me as odd and an unusual practice.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Dylan MacDonald


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