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Is it the best practice to use "include" tag to dynamically change the page content?

asked 2009-08-05 10:40:55 +0800

baskaraninfo gravatar image baskaraninfo
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I have been using a home page which contains include tag as "container" and the home page consists of several menu with menu items. On each menu items action, I have been replacing the include tag's "src" value. Hence, it replaces that particular portion in the home page with the specified content.

But, I want to conform, whether the whole page is requested from the server each time? or only the requested portion of the "include" tag?

Shall we catch the sub-portion as locally for the future reference of the include tag?

Is there any best alternative to do this?

Home page code snippet:
<columnchildren width="87%">
<panel>
<panelchildren>
<include id="container"
src="/main/content.zul" />
<!--<include id="container"
src="${currentPage}" />
-->
</panelchildren>
</panel>
</columnchildren>

Tool bar page code snippet:
<toolbar>
<toolbarbutton image="${each.menuImagePath}"
popup='${each.menuName}' forEach="${menunames}" />
</toolbar>
<menupopup id="Sales">
<menuitem id="${each.menuItemPath}" src=""
label="${each.menuItemName}" onClick="container.src=self.id"
forEach="${sales}" />
</menupopup>

Thanks.

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