02-15-2012 04:07 AM
We have a folder with 500 SHTML files. Each file is for one user.
For example my file is called VDREYM.SHTML
My metauser = vdreym.
I want to include the metauser his SHTML file into a stored process.
But this won't work, also not when I have the direct link to my board.
put '<!--#include file="http://imecwww.imec.be/~osp/fab300/user_monitor_boards/&_metauser.shtml" -->'
put '<!--#include file="http://imecwww.imec.be/~osp/fab300/user_monitor_boards/VDREYM.shtml" -->'
02-15-2012 04:05 PM
ok the second data _null_ should work. The first one has some issues with the resolving of the macro variable. You will need to swap the single and double quotes otherwise the macro variable will not be resolved - put "<!--#include file='
and also after the &_metauser variable you will need two fullstops, one to mark the end of the macro and one for the filename extension.
is this working with static html outside of the Stored Process web application?
if not then perhaps Server Side Include has not been configured on your application server (JBoss? Tomcat?)
02-16-2012 02:32 AM
How can I check this SSI is configured?
I found the following:
put '<!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL" -->';
But this does not return anything. The source code seems ok:
<!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL" -->
02-16-2012 09:27 AM
Sorry this is not my area, but If you do a google search for JBOSS and Server Side Include, then you will get enough information. You need to uncomment a setting in the conf.xml file.
I just checked - http://docs.jboss.org/jbossweb/2.1.x/ssi-howto.html.
Server Side Include is disabled by default on JBoss.
Message was edited by: RMP