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siva prakash
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Hi all ,

I am new to web programming and now iam using WSAD5.0, i am having following doubts , Pls help me


1) what is profiling ?
2) what is publishing?
3) what is difference between them ?



hoping for result,

i remain,
Prakash
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Prakash,
Profiling is a perspective in WSAD. It lets you see performance statistics about your application. For example, you can see how much memory is in use.

Publishing is what WSAD calls the process of putting your web app on the server.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Posted in new thread by mistake:

Hi Jeanne,

thanks for ur reply.

that means i need not profile every time , and when ever i change code , should i for rebuilding project or publishing the server.
what is difference between rebuilding the project and publishing .


Thanks,
siva
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Siva,
You wouldn't even profile every time you change code. Only if you are trying to solve a performance problem or gather statistics. It's good to get working code before you worry about its performance.

Rebuilding a project doesn't publish to the server. Rebuilding is for compiling, publishing is for running. When in doubt, publish (or restart the EAR on the server.)
 
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