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binaryfile JavaServer Page tag

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Updated on March 16, 2022

Use the binaryfile JSP tag to identify a single binary file rule ( Rule-File-Binary rule type) to be included in the current stream.

Use of this tag when sending an image or other binary object to the workstation can eliminate HTTP 304 (Not modified) error responses and improve static content performance.

For example:

<pega:binaryfile name="mycologo.jpg" app="webwb" />

This tag references the binary file rule named webwb.mycolog.jpg, which contains an image.

Complete syntax

In the syntax presentation below:

  • JSP delimiters <pega:...> and </pega:...> mark the start and end of the tag.
  • Replace any text in italics with your choice of value of that type.
<pega:binaryfile name="myname.type" app="application" / >

The name attribute is required.

AttributeValue
nameSecond and third key part of a binary file rule to be sent as static content.
appFirst key part of a binary file rule to be sent as static content.

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