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From David Delbecq <delbd+jaka...@oma.be>
Subject Re: JSP precompilation
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2007 13:54:17 GMT
You can either precompile (eg using specific tomcat ant target) and
include the precompiled files in your .war, add with it the mappings in
web.xml for each jsp. (Long and not so easy)

Or,
you can install in tomcat something like lambda-probe, that has an
interface to compile JSP, interface you could use after deployement to
compile all JSPS

Or,
you can simple not precompile...

En l'instant précis du 09/07/07 15:50, Phi-Long LE s'exprimait en ces
termes:
> hi there,
>
> currently, the project I work on, we deploy our application simply
> using tar file, now testing tomcat, we would use war file... that's ok
> for that.... in a meantime on our current production platform
> (iplanet) we precompile JSP and create an other tar file... what is
> then the best practise using tomcat ?
>
> should we create a war file including precompiled jsp or should we
> deploy the Webapp using Tomcat and then precompile JSP ? what is the
> most efficient way ?
>
> any help or advice would be really appreciated,
>
> Phi-Long
>
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