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From Rahul Akolkar <rahul.akol...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: relative paths and c:import
Date Tue, 22 Nov 2005 03:06:41 GMT
On 11/21/05, Martin Kindler <kindlerm@arcor.de> wrote:
> I am trying to integrate a Java/Struts webapp with another web site (based
> on Typo3, a PHP-based CMS).
>
> Some of my JSP-pages will integrate pages controlled by Typo3. I tried to
> use the c:import tag which basically
> seems to work: the page is fetched and the HTML-code inserted into my
> Struts-controlled page.
> But: relative URLs (especially images) are now relative to my context,
> meaning they are broken.
> The Typo3 site will be on another server than the Struts site.
>
> So, saying the URL of my Struts action is
> http://myStrutsApp.myServer.de/myContext/ShowIntegratedPage.do
>
> and
>
> <c:import url="http://myTypo3App.anotherServer.de/myTypo3Page.php"/>
>
> is part of the JSP, relative paths from myTypo3Page.php like <img
> src="img/foo.jpg"/>,
> which should be interpreted as
> http://myTypo3App.anotherServer.de/img/foo.jpg will be interpreted as
> http://myStrutsApp.myServer.de/myContext/img/foo.jpg.
>
<snip/>

If one webserver is serving content generated by another, absolute
URLs are probably going to be necessary.

-Rahul


> I tried the "context"-attribute (which seems only to work for other
> container based apps) and explicitly specifying a base-tag in my Typo3 page
> (soes not work).
>
> Can someone please help me?
>
> Martin
>

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