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From Marc DEXET <Marc.De...@dsi.cnrs.fr>
Subject RE : [Jelly] Using jelly as web script, there's any experience ?
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2004 17:11:10 GMT
Hi both of you 

No problem, you can get my help (modulo time, works and so on, CNRS it's
CNRS :)
I'm very interesting to get concret feed back about this. 

A Leg wrote:
> Hi Arnaud
> 
> For our project :
> http://compiere-mfgscm.sourceforge.net/
> 
> I have developed a simple caching system, my plugins are not for
> servlet but for JINI/Rio services but it should be the same.
> As for our project we have also a servlet, with some JSP interface I
> could be interested to make the move.
> This would give a common langage for the whole, not so bad.
> 
> If you are interested we could share our experience. I just request
> help of Marc for the Jelly level because I need help for Jelly
> scripting ! 
> 
> Best regards
> 
> Andre Legendre
> 
> Arnaud Masson wrote:
> 
>> Marc DEXET wrote:
>> 
>>> Hi guys.
>>> 
>>> Has somebody built a concret web application with Jelly ?
>>> After a walk around this subject, I get some question :
>>> 
>>> - Somebody has yet used Jelly as JSP ?
>>> - Somebody has succeed using session ?
>>> - Somebody has test high load charge with jellyServlet ?
>>> 
>>> To sum up, somebody has something to show and to say in this field ?
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>> Hi Marc
>> 
>> Yes, I develop a web app with Jelly :
>> - As JSP replacement, for simple pages, with my own servlet (not
>> jellyServlet) 
>> - To generate HTML page from a high level page description using
>> component descriptions (templates) based on small jelly scripts
>> 
>> I still have some JSP but my goal is to remove all JSP
>> - I don't need historical (non xml) JSP stuff
>> - I like to easily control the execution contexte (source script
>> location, direct DOM output, ...)
>> - I had many problems with JSP and UTF-8 (and I don't like the idea
>> of the generated java code with many println("<div>..." !) ...
>> 
>> I don't have tested high load yet.
>> I have started to implement some compiled script caching to improve
>> response to time (see previous posts).
>> 
>> Arnaud
>> 
>> 
>> 
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