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JSP Deployment using Tomcat

ranjiith s
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Our application consists of a few hundred jsp files and not many in
them have any code logic in it.
To make the first request faster I was of the opinion to ship
pre-compiled jsps. But I have a Question.
Which is to be followed / best option?
- precompile the jsps and dump it in the work directory ?
(or)
- go as per tomcat docs (make entries in the web.xml for each of
the jsp file in your webapp)
(or)
- do not ship pre-compiled jsps and compile it as part of tomcat startup
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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