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From David Stevenson <>
Subject Re: Delivering JSPs without source
Date Wed, 01 Dec 2004 01:01:01 GMT
When Tomcat receives a request for .jsp page, isn't the first order of
business to compare the date of the .jsp page against the .java file in
the working directory, so Tomcat knows whether to re-translate and
compile the .jsp page? 

It would seem that if a web page request comes in for a .jsp page,
Tomcat would have no file to compare the date against in your scheme of
putting the compiled .jsp page in a .jar file only.

David Stevenson

On Tue, 2004-11-30 at 12:08, Steve Procter wrote:
> Sorry if this wasn't clear; the source code is not delivered.  It is the 
> compiled jsp files which are placed into the jar file.
> --Steven

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