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Server stops if the JSP is too long

Raji ram
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Joined: Oct 14, 2003
Posts: 19
Hi,
I have a JSP page that is pretty long and has a lot of included files.
Initially, I used compile time include like
<%@ include file="../common.jsp" %>
This started giving problem when the page size increased. i.e the server abrubtly stops when I change my JSP page and refresh it in the browser. That means it stops when compliling the JSP page..
So, I changed to runtime include
<jsp:include page="../common.jsp" />
This works fine.
But, I still am not sure what size limit is the server looking for when compiling the JSP to a java file.
Anybody, any idea? Please share it with me.
Thanks,
Raji.
Raji ram
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 14, 2003
Posts: 19
Hi,
I found an answer by searching in the net.
Anyone interested, Please follow this link.
http://www.caucho.com/support/resin-interest/0207/0182.html

Regards,
Raji.
 
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