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From Reynir Hübner <>
Subject RE: Precompiling JSP
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2003 13:28:29 GMT

In my understanding it really only affects performance. 

The first request on a jsp always takes longer to execute because at that time it must precompile
the jsp. 
If you run a precompiler (such as jspc) on the jsp pages before you start up the server (or
at startup) you will shorten the time of response on the first request of a jsp page.

If you are dealing with performance there are many other things that you might want to look
I recommend the following page as a good material on this matter:

Hope it helps


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hari Venkatesan [] 
> Sent: 13. janúar 2003 13:23
> To:
> Subject: Precompiling JSP
> Is there any definitive advantage of precompiling JSPs' when 
> tomcat server starts UP. Does this have any effect on performance?
> Hari

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