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The use of a personalization block in web application

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12-02-2019

Hello All,

I have a question regarding including the personalization block in the web app code

<%@ import view='internal_name'%>

The content type  is set to be Web application

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The above does not work

wodnicki​ can I summon you to this?

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18-02-2019

Yeah idk, it's weird that web app is listed in content type but import view doesn't work.

The page is still jssp so you can use <%@ page import="cus:some.js" %>, then have a js file with document.write() in it.

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