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From vivek gupta <gvivekku...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: tomcat startup processing
Date Fri, 22 Oct 2004 20:06:31 GMT
Certainly you can do it. As if you are using Struts
you can do it with use of plug-ins in
struts-config.xml as Plug-ins get invoked when server
starts. 

I wrote a plug-in which goes to database at starup of
system and stores state information in application
context.

Hope it will help.

Thanks
Vivek


--- Didier McGillis <codesmoker@hotmail.com> wrote:

> is there away to have a jsp or something run some
> code on startup or to have 
> it cache some data results so that I dont have to
> keep on going to the 
> database each time the page is loaded.
> 
>
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