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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25373] - Timestamp on generated .java and .class should match the one on .jsp
Date Mon, 01 Mar 2004 23:24:15 GMT
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Timestamp on generated .java and .class should match the one on .jsp





------- Additional Comments From kin-man.chung@sun.com  2004-03-01 23:24 -------
I agree this should be a WONTFIX.

The time stamps for the .class files indicate the time when they are generated,
as they should be.  Re-stamping them with different values would have
performance impact, without any real benefit.

One solution to the "problem" decsribed in your scenario is to touch revision 7
of index.jsp when it is deployed for production, if it is different from revision 6.

The automatic recompilation for outdated JSP pages is intended for development,
you should precompile your pages when you deploy your application, as Tim suggested.

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