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From Oskar Zinger <oskar.zin...@micromuse.com>
Subject Re: Precompiled JSPs
Date Thu, 12 Jul 2001 17:26:34 GMT
Hi Uri,
You have to compile your JSPs with -webxml and -webapp options.  This
option will create a web.xml file with all the required servlet mapping
and everything will work fine.

I ran such command:
jspc.sh -p <package name> -dd <directory there to output translate java
files> -webxml <path where to store a web.xml file (i.e. /temp/web.xml)>
-webapp <directory of your webapp where all the JSPs reside>

After the web.xml file is produced you have incorporate it with your
tomcat original web.xml file.

Or you could create a servlet mapping for your jsps manually.  In the
following way:
<servlet>
   <servlet-name>com.somecompany.pacakge.SomeJsp</servlet-name>
   <servlet-class>com.somecompany.pacakge.SomeJsp</servlet-class>
<servlet>
.
.  you need to put all servlet tags first (for each jsp)
.  then servlet-mapping tags go (for each jsp)
.
<servlet-mapping>
   <servlet-name>com.somecompany.pacakge.SomeJsp</servlet-name>
   <url-pattern>/SomeJsp.jsp</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

This way you do not need to change urls in your original JSPs to class
names, you can just use the same urls in your JSPs and pre-compiled JSPs.

Hope this helps,
Oskar

Uri Cohen wrote:

> I precompiled all my JSPs in the application, using jspc. Most pages
> work OK, but there are some pages which don't. For some reason, when
> loading these pages the session is lost, causing many errors. I solved
> the problem by sending the request parameter JSESSIONID when calling
> these pages.
> These pages worked fine as regular JSPs, and this symptom only occures
> when I use them as servlets.
> Has anyone encountered such a problem?


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