The dynamic include tag lets you specify a point or points in a JSP or theme
where a developer can inject additional HTML, resources, or functionality, using
DynamicIncludeRegistry. You can read more about the OSGi Service Registry
key attribute identifies the extension point. See the
tutorials section for example configurations that use dynamic include extension
points to inject additional functionality.
The example configuration below uses the
<liferay-util:dynamic-include> tag to
include an extension point before the primary code and an extension point after
the primary code:
<%@ taglib uri="http://liferay.com/tld/util" prefix="liferay-util" %> <liferay-util:dynamic-include key="/path/to/jsp#pre" /> <div> <p>And here we have our content</p> </div> <liferay-util:dynamic-include key="/path/to/jsp#post" />
Now you know how to use the
<liferay-util:dynamic-include> tag to add
extension points to your app.