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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10264] - Need an option to generate generic Servlets from given JSP's
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2002 02:10:52 GMT
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Need an option to generate generic Servlets from given JSP's





------- Additional Comments From craig.mcclanahan@sun.com  2002-06-27 02:10 -------
Note that doing this would bloat the size of every generated JSP page, because
it would have to contain a copy of all the supporting code normally provided by
the runtime library.  That also does nasty things to your memory occupancy
because there are multiple copies of what could have been a common runtime
class, if you were only willing to include a runtime library JAR with your webapp.

The code in jasper-runtime.jar is independent of Tomcat's servlet container, as
witnessed by the fact that several other containers use it as well.  And it was
deliberately segregated into a separate JAR for easy packaging.  Is it really
such an imposition to require that you either (a) include jasper-runtime.jar in
your /WEB-INF/lib directory, or (b) install jasper-runtime.jar in a shared
repository supported by your non-Tomcat servlet container?

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