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From Rui Oliveira <olive...@milu.ipn.pt>
Subject Re[2]: Is there any file maximum name size?
Date Wed, 23 Aug 2000 12:55:05 GMT
Hi...

one way to prevent this from happening is to have shorter names to the
compiled class that matches the JSP, right?

So, how can the JSP be compiled at user-request, instead of being
compiled by Tomcat, and thus allow us to define much shorter names?


Regards

Rui Oliveira


On Wed, 23 Aug 2000 13:31:08 +0100
Rachel Greenham <rachel.greenham@enetgroup.co.uk> wrote:

> Robert Oxspring wrote:
> > 
> > Don't forget that Windows has a maximum file length - I think it's in
> > the region of 250 chars.  This makes some sense since the path
> > specified is 271 chars long, whereas if subsituted with the CDS varient
> > the string is 256 chars.
> > 
> > Why not try to create the file youself and therby find out whether the
> > problem is due to the OS.
> 
> Actually, this reminds me. It might be nice to run Tomcat under Mac OS - It
> has a nice very fast JVM but severe limitations on file name lengths as well
> as not being able to have $ signs in them. This would only be a problem for
> MacOS with respect to JSPs because of the generated java and class files you
> get. Are there any solutions to this? (Like, would it be possible to alter
> the behaviour of the code that maps .jsp file names to the Java class
> names?)
> 
> -- 
> Rachel
> 


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