Workshop 8.1 - jsp:include an Page Flow action resource

Hi everybody.
Can i use jsp:include to "include" a page flow action ?
I've tried it, but odd things are happening: The resource got included, but fragments of html source "around" it are been lost.
Any ideas ?
Thanks in advance.

Hi everybody.
Can i use jsp:include to "include" a page flow action ?
I've tried it, but odd things are happening: The resource got included, but fragments of html source "around" it are been lost.
Any ideas ?
Thanks in advance.

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