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From "David Rees" <dr...@greenhydrant.com>
Subject Re: Content compression in Tomcat
Date Thu, 01 Jul 2004 21:22:23 GMT
Gabi wrote:
> I'm trying to compress the served jsp.
> As I'm using Apache 2 + Tomcat 4 + mod_jk, I suppose I can use mod_gzip
> apache module, but this have some problems (I'll use SSL in apache too,
> and
> mod_ssl+mod_gzip does not work very well in combination) so I wonder how
> with my configuration can I configure tomcat to compress the generated
> jsp.
> Is there some kind of directive or filter or something to do this? Is it
> possible?
> How can I do it? (I'm a newbie so please explain me what and where I've to
> configure?

There is a compression filter in Tomcat which you can use, but if you can
upgrade to Apache2, you can then use mod_deflate which I find works very
well (and integrates perfectly with SSL content as well).

-Dave



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