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From Peter Johnson <>
Subject Re: simplest way to cache jsp pages into built "static" files?
Date Tue, 07 Dec 2004 22:18:17 GMT
I was looking into this option as well but one must be careful about 
session IDs if they are used as the cached page will contain the cookie 

We use a background process on the server to generate files every 60s 
and use a "-s" rewrite condition and then rewrite rule to serve.


Tim Funk wrote:

> Have your JSP provide some expiration data headers and then mod_cache 
> might do the trick ...
> -Tim
> Mieke Banderas wrote:
>> What's the simplest way of caching jsp-generated pages, built by Tomcat
>> 4, so that Apache 2 serves most of these (except a few) as static (but
>> rebuildable) pages even as the address ends in ".jsp"? The exception
>> being when the dynamic portion of a page needs to be built just right
>> after the page is requested. A typical Blogpage could work better with
>> this scenario, I suppose many Blogs work like that.
>> What technologies and/or methods would be a good idea to look at? I 
>> don't want to spend money for licenses at this stage as there is none
>> or at least close to that. Also, it should be as simple and non
>> demanding, concerning setup and hardware, as can be without compromising
>> basic functionality.
>> If you know a good article, online resource or book on the subject or if
>> you otherwise can advice, I'd be very interested to know. Deployment 
>> will
>> probably be on Mac OS X Server 10.2.6 and Apache 2.0.48 with Tomcat 
>> 4.1.24.
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