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From Giuseppe Di Pierri <p...@arpage.ch>
Subject Re: XSP files inside another xsp file
Date Tue, 19 Feb 2002 18:41:44 GMT


one way to solve this problem is to organize all common functionalities in
one or more logicsheets. These will become a sort of Markup libraries for
all XSPs that need it. This is also a good way to rationalize your XSP's
functionalities and reduce the java code in XSP (enhancing readability).

Hope it helps you.



On Tue, 19 Feb 2002, xml cocoon wrote:

> Hi All,
>      I have the functionality in such a way that I need to use these in 
> every xsp page.
>     For example :- sidenav, top nav bar of a web page are contants in  every 
> xsp page and dynamic... My content is also some components which will be 
> reused (like graph & details, etc)... All the components are populated with 
> dynamic content/data.
>     So I wanted to create separate xsp's & xsl's for each 
> components/functionality  and reuse them in every other(home-page or search 
> page, print preview, etc) xsp page...
>    I  cannot use frames.... and also I donot want to make one huge xsp page 
> with all the functionality and dynamic content :-)
> So what are the different ways to go and are there any examples
> thanks in advance
> Sasanka
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