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Pre Complilation of JSP files in Websphere 6

 
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Hi,

I want to precompile my JSP files and then create the war files.
Also I would prefer not to have the generated java files in my war.
I tried with the "wsjspc" provided by websphere but it is not working.
Please note that there are static include in these jsp's which i am trying to compile.

I have reached a state where i am able to generate java files of the jsp.
But there as many errors as some of the jsps are static include.

The command that i give to excute this is
ant jspc2 -verbose
After this i get a error
Unable to parse setupCmdLine: null\bin\setupCmdLine.bat (The system cannot find the path specified)

Appreciate if any one could help in this.

Regards
Yogesh

[ May 07, 2007: Message edited by: Yogesh Wani ]
[ May 07, 2007: Message edited by: Yogesh Wani ]
 
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Yogesh,
To run any WebSphere tasks, you need to use IBM's runAnt.bat to set up the environment rather than running Ant directly.

Note that another option is to precompile the JSPs at deployment time rather than packaging time.
 
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I would prefer the jsp to be precompiled at the packaging time.
Also being an enterprise application the deployment time will be very high as it will compile the jsp.
 
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Originally posted by Yogesh Wani:
Also being an enterprise application the deployment time will be very high as it will compile the jsp.


You might want to time the difference. This only takes a few extra seconds for the application I deployed this morning. (about 25 JSPs.)
 
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Can you share the script.

And the application has around 900 jsp's in total. And we cannot have more than 1 hr of down time for deployment.
 
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