Re: Issue 484 - Is f:subview still needed?

From: Ryan Lubke <Ryan.Lubke_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Fri, 02 Feb 2007 11:54:27 -0800

Adam Winer wrote:
> Is this strictly an issue for tag files, or does it
> have repercussions for jsp:include?
jsp:include is handled. We detect it by a servlet required request
attribute that will
be present, so it's strictly tag files.
> I would have thought that a tag file would have a separate
> JspContext instance from the page in which it is used, but is
> that not necessarily so?
Right, it does. I kicked some ideas around with detecting the
the fact that a Tag file will have a clean page scope, but they didn't
quite work out.

I guess one could just track each PageContext and for each new one we
encounter mundge the IDs appropriately....

> -- Adam
> Ryan Lubke said the following on 2/2/07 11:32 AM PT:
>> Hey Folks,
>> I'm out of ideas on this one. So far, I've tried to come up with a
>> portable way to
>> detect that JSF is executing within the context of a JSP Tag file in
>> order to handle
>> the JSP ids, but there doesn't seem to be any way at this point.
>> My last entry in the bug led me to believe a potential issue with the
>> JSP implementation,
>> but after bringing it up to the JSP spec leads, they state it's a
>> case of bad wording
>> and Jasper is doing the right thing.
>> So, hopefully someone out here has an idea or two on how we might be
>> able to
>> tackle this one, otherwise, the only solution I see is to use f:subview.
>> Please review
>> Thanks,
>> -rl
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