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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12489] - Setting JSP as template engine still uses velocity components
Date Tue, 10 Sep 2002 18:28:58 GMT
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Setting JSP as template engine still uses velocity components





------- Additional Comments From mark_orciuch@ngsltd.com  2002-09-10 18:28 -------
>> first I dont want to have to learn velocity (or have my staff learn it)

Fair enough.

>> second I want to create everything as close as I can to how I think the 
portal 
spec will pan out and I am sure it will not include anything about velocity in 
it..

I'm still unclear on what exactly are you after. You want everything in JSP? 
Including admin portlets, controllers, controls? Why, unless you don't like 
what's already there? Or is it just content that you want in JSP?

>> if there is anything I can do to help get it working will 100% jsp let me 
know .

When I switch to jsp as default engine, most of the stuff still works. Here's 
what's not working for me:

- some action icons (print, info, close, min, max). I know that I can fix print 
and info.
- tabs disappear after customizing until log out and log back in

I guess once you add your issues, it would be a matter of going down the list 
and fixing it one by one. Then you contribute your fixes :-) 

There's been a lot of JSP related posts lately - I'm sure others would get 
involved as well.

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