Hello Delos,

I created a JIRA: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMODEVTOOLS-608

I made a fix for this issue to the GEP V2.2 code and now the GEP is
publishing at full speed. See the JIRA for the details.

And could you please remove my address and telephonenumber in your
previous post. I didn't know the e-mail I sent to you, would be showed on
the net directly :)

Boes

>
>
>
> Hi Boes,
>
> I also found with eclipse 3.5+, the deployment seems slower than before.
> I'm
> still investigating the root cause.
>
> In deployment process, GEP will pass all artifacts(EAR,WAR,JAR) to WTP. As
> I
> know, WTP will analyze these artifacts, generate many objects,
> package&extract them. I've ever tried a big EAR and found most time is
> consumed by WTP.  But I haven't further investigated the process in WTP.
>
> If possible, could you provide your app for me to double check the
> problem?
>
> Although we haven't found the root cause, there may be some workaround for
> you
> 1) To speed up the deployment of JSP,  you can select "No re-deployment
> when
> only JSP files are updated" in "Test environment" section of server
> "Overview" page. You may find the page after double click server instance
> in
> "Servers" view.
> 2) Put all lib you will never change as shared library in Geronimo server
> 3) Avoid automatic publishing. If automatic publishing is enabled, any
> save
> action on an deployed artifact will trigger publishing. It's inconvenient
> for a big artifact. I suggest you disable it and manually publish it when
> all your changes have been completed. You can select "Never publish
> automatically" in "Publishing" section of server "Overview" page.
>
> Hope it helps!
>
> 2010/3/30 boes <[hidden email]>
>




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