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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33650] - Jasper performance for multiple files processing
Date Sat, 19 Feb 2005 17:04:39 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From sbailliez@apache.org  2005-02-19 18:04 -------
> You still need to "play nice" with regular Jasper mode, when compilation
> occurs on access. I would complain if there are memory leaks, and/or abusive
> memory usage ;)

I think the cache needs to be enabled only in command line mode (batch 
compile). Otherwise it does not make much sense and it complicate things when 
you are development mode.

> I would assume it would encourage many people to not bother with
> precompilation 

It is totally different.

Pre-compiling your jsp is mostly a way to check that there is no syntax or 
configuration problems with your taglibs or jsp. You don't care much with a 
petstore webapp with 10 jsps that you can check manually at deployment time, 
but with hundred of thems, it is not something you can afford.

Assuming you have some QA dept or some automated robot to go through all your 
webpages, that's also useless to deliver something that does not even compile. 
So it's mostly a development thing and must be part of your process, and it 
should be part of the daily build as well of course. 

So if we can cut down this check from 12 to 1min, believe me I think some 
people would love it.

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