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Michal Glowacki
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hi,

for performance reasons, I would like some of my images, flashes etc to be served by Apache which is fronting my JBoss. The problem is, that those images are uploaded to web site by operators, so I can not make static link in JSP. So I made an approach:

I upload file to apache static content directory, save the file name and it's target page in database. Then in JSP page I use <hutputText escape="false"... which is generating html code for > with correct source (URL to static files + filename from database). Is it the best solution? I was wondering how to eliminate database between.

The reasons I am changing this are: the resources are not cached because now I am reading them from database using <input type="image" and servlet, and to reduce number of requests to JBoss (Tomcat).

Any tips or links much appreciated.

Thanks,
Michal>
 
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I got a little confused towards the end of that, but no, I don't really recommend using "escape=true" in outputText except in very rare cases. I believe there's a JSF h:outputLink tag or something like that that would be more what you want. Note that this is NOT the h:commandLink tag, which is designed to submit requests to JSF.

You could always jam in a raw HTML "a" tag, but that's also not something I recommend doing if you have any choice in the matter.
 
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