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Subject RE: #parse and <br> dependency
Date Mon, 16 Jun 2008 17:37:23 GMT


I'm experiencing the following behavior and was wondering what's causing
it and if it's a current feature or not.


In a contents of a template we are using another template
(TemplateApplicationLink.vm below) as a global import.  The behavior is
that the contents of the second template only becomes visible if I put a
<br> element in front of the line with the #parse statement.



Here is the enclosing template: 


Subject: SOX Notice: SOX Assessment Scheduled



        SOX Assessment $ has been

        which includes an Assessment for $  

        <br>Please login to #parse("TemplateApplicationLink.vm") to
verify the Control Environment 

        for $ and to select an SAE Evaluator 

        prior to $date.format('MMMM dd




Here is the enclosed TemplateApplicationLink.vm template's content: 


#if($url)<a href="${url}">ABC</a>#else Please configure app url in


Velocity jars in use: velocity-1.5.jar, velocity-dep-1.5.jar,


Thank you in advance.

Simeon Leyzerzon



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