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preloaded servlets

 
jodi blair
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C Does anyone know about preloaded servlets, placed in memory and used sort of like batch files?? I'm very confused about this issue, for example, where is the servlet placed in memory, how is it called (using Windows NT). Thanks for any help on this subject.
 
Sandeep Jain
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I am very sorry ,
But can u expain, what exactly is ur rquiremnet . I am not able to make anything out of it..

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jodi blair
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My question involves preloading servlets, apparently like you would images. The servlets (which extend Runnable) run processes such as cleaning up data in the night. My question is, how do you preload the servlet in Windows NT? What are the steps and consequently, how is it then called during the night?
 
jodi blair
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With Apache you need to change the zone.properties file to preload the servlet. This is found in jserv/servlets. The servlet is a thread that runs.
 
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