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Does a Portlet JSP get complied into a servlet every time a new version of that JSP is deployed?

Tom Smiths
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Hi

I am using the IBM JSP Server Portlet. I have a content management system that allows a content editor to change HTML content in the JSP. The updated JSP file is then deployed to a Network File System that is essentially mounted to the Portal Application server where the JSP Server portlet is installed. My question is, Does a portlet JSP get complied into a servlet every time a new version of that JSP is deployed with it's content changed?

Thank you
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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>>Does a portlet JSP...


Indeed, the portlet JSP will follow the same runtime semantics as a regular JSP deployed to an application server.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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