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Hello all, I am aware of the usage of GZip format. I know that i can use this for of encoding to compress the data sent to the browser provided the browser understands this format). I achive this by writing the code in the service() method of my servlet. How can i achive this if i use jsps instead of my servlets (Assuming that i have no servlets). Is writing the Filter for Compression the only way out?? Regards, Sajee
Originally posted by brad balmer: There are two best methods: 1. Writing a filter 2. If you use Apache, enable the gzip module and let apache do it for you.
correct... I prefer using a filter even when using tomcat. I have written a better logic to determine if the client can accept gzip or not and send them the appropriate output. [ March 29, 2004: Message edited by: Brahim Bakayoko ]
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