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What does precompiling a jsp page mean ? under what circumstances do we use it?
posted 8 years ago
It means that the jsp is ready to go when the first request for it is made. All JSPs need to be translated into a .java file (usually made into a Servlet), then compiled into a .class file. At this point it is ready to run in your web container. None of this is done until you try to run a JSP unless you pre-compile. The it is translated and compiled before the first request is made