I've never had a problem with an include tag before, so this has me stumped. I'm doing some experimenting and not working with any packages, so:
- The page with the include tag is in /web/serverroot/www/
- The included file is in /web/serverroot/resources/
This server is OACS 4.6.3 server, which I setup just by making a copy of a working server.
The include is right near the end of the file, like so:
<div class="tk"> <include src="/resources/test"> <ul> <li>63.57</li> <li>22.225</li> <li>22.1421</li> </ul> </div> </div> </body> </html>
And for now, /resources/test.adp just contains <p>TEST<p>
When I load the file, it's getting somewhat randomly mangled. For instance, on one invocation, the following gets put at the beginning of the file:
<ul> <li>63.57</li> <li>22.225</li> <li>22.1421</li> </ul> </div> </div> </body> </htm> <!DOCTYPE ...
And at the end:
... <div class="tk"> <p>TEST</p> l>
Everytime it's a little bit different, but always the end before the beginning. What's going on? It's looks like different threads are sending output in the wrong order, but I've never had that happen before?