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Limit of data on a jsp page??

 
Gaurav Jain
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Is there any limit of data to be displayed on a jsp page??
If yes then what is the work around if i want to display more data than the maximum limit??
Is this limit server dependent??
 
Jeroen Wenting
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there is no theoretical limit to the amount of data a JSP can transmit over the network.
There IS a theoretical limit to the size of the generated servlet class, which is determined by the maximum size of 64KB compiled code per method imposed by the JVM.
There's also a practical limit of what you can transmit caused by the time browsers are willing to wait for data before reporting a timeout on the request.
 
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