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From java guru <javacoc...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject RE: how to precompile the xsp ?
Date Tue, 03 Jul 2001 18:19:16 GMT

  There is a procedure describe in faq of c2 on how to
pre-compile the jsps at the build level..I tried but
not luck..i have posted same to this mailing list so
may times with no response...

Hopefully, someone would reply
  
 --- JEULIN Olivier <olivier.jeulin@xml-ais.com>
wrote: > I'm working with C1, but I think XSP works
the same
> way in C2:
> XSP pages are compiled if
> 	- the java file doesn't exist
> 	- the XML file is newer than the java file
> So, if you want to "precompile" XML files, you'll
> have to send a request for
> those files to your web server.
> I guess there are many way to achieve this by
> programming, but a quick way
> could be to use an off-line navigating tool (wget,
> teleport pro, or
> whatever) to request *.xml files
> Have fun,
> Olivier
> 
> > >    I am developing a web application with Cocoon
> 2.
> > > But the xsp's performance is not very good ( 
> > > very slow ), so is it posible to precompile the
> xsp
> > > file ? and may i know how to do it ?
> > > 
> > > Thank you.
> > > 
> > > From Kok Cho0n.
> 
>
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