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Overhead in loading the properties file or bundle

Abhishek Dwaraki
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Joined: Feb 13, 2006
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I wanted to know how the properties file is loaded for a JSF page and the overhead involved. For eg, if I load a properties file in let's say 10 JSF pages, is it loaded 10 times or is it re used after loading it a single time? Because for the application I'm developing minute care needs to be taken care of each n every overhead. Can someone pls help me out on this issue and most importantly, ITS URGENT....


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Abhishek Dwaraki
Dept of Electrical and Comp Engg
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 
 
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