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From Phi-Long LE <phi-long...@cp.finances.gouv.fr>
Subject Re: JSP precompilation
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2007 14:10:51 GMT
Well... I don't gonna keep in mind the third option... obviously obvious 
isn't it ? ;-)
Probably we gonna keep our previous method to precompile JSPs unless I 
find out an efficient and quick method to set it up.

Le 09/07/2007 15:54, David Delbecq a écrit :
> 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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