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Vijay Kumar
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hi..all

can any body give me an idea how to do jsp precompilation sothat after deploying web application. user should getimmediate response no need to compile jsp file when use request.

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Gauhar Khan
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Hi Vijay,

In Case of Tomcat webServer what u can do is that, first compile ur jsp files , then copy ur precompiled jsp's (classes)from Apache Tomcat \work\localhost\YourApplication folder.

paste these compiled jsp to the applicaion context folder where u wanna to deploy the application...

i think this will sort out ur problem

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gauhar
 
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