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Preloading JSP's

Craig Stephen
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Joined: Oct 20, 2003
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Is there a way to globally preload jsp's in Jboss/Tomcat? I can't use xdoclet/jspc because the JSP's have custom tag's which require the JSP container to be running. Otherwise jspc craps out on the custom tags. I see that I can specify in the application web.xml to load servlet/jsp's on startup, but what I'd really like to able to do is specify that ALL JSP/Servlet be loaded at startup time.

Any suggestions?

TIA.


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