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From "Nikola Milutinovic" <>
Subject Re: Precompile JSP
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2001 08:34:21 GMT
> > 2. Run a startup servlet, which will precompile all JSPs in your
> > webapp (request them with URL "/path/file.jsp?precompile=true", I think)
> As I wrote before this is not possible, because a jsp can first be accessed
> after the container is *completely* up - including all servlet-startups! And
> so the servlet tries to precompile the jsp forever... I learned that the
> hard way :-) So you would need another way to hook your precompiler into the
> container...

(sigh) and I thought it was such a good idea...

Could we have a startup servlet that would wait for a JSP servlet to start-up and then call
all the pre-compilations? Or just wait for a while? (That sucks as an idea, I know)

We definitely need a regular "hook" for this.

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