You can precompile your jsp pages before deploying them. This will eliminate the need to compile on the fly for the first request. The <load-on-startup> element in the web.xml shouldn't be used to precompile jsp pages. It is intended for servlets that you need to have loaded and instantiated when the app server starts.
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posted 15 years ago
Yes, Paul is right. Sorry for the mistake. Anyway, usually the application servers provide some mechanism to initialize jsps at startup. This is not required by the spec, but most of them allow you to do so.
SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4
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