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    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
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      One question raised at the Sydney Java Users Group was does Click support JSP.

      The importance of this being for supporting important JSP taglibs, e.g. DisplayTag or existing JSP/Tag code. Or as detailed by one of the group members:

      "One thought I had was co-existence. For example, one of the attractions of
      spring was that I could easily co-exist struts and spring and if I so
      desired mix the MVC web between the two. Whilst this is not optimal,
      perhaps a sentence in your FAQ about how easy/hard it is to migrate from
      struts slowly via co-existence might be useful."

      After some playing around I realized Click does support JSP by simply forwarding to the JSP page.

      public void onGet() {
      List customers = CustomerDAO.getCustomers();
      getContext().setRequestAttribute("customers", customers);


      An Click Examples page demonstrating JSP integration should be included. Also the Pages and FAQ documention should be updated to detail how to do this.


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            Malcolm Edgar
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