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Using JSTL Data Displayed In Browser Is Getting Fixed To 24576 Bytes(24 KB)

 
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Dear All.
Hi, I am facing a problem using JSTL. The problem is

I have a employeeinfo.jsp page which uses JSTL.
employeeinfo.jsp?employeeid=0013


When calling the above page only part of the page is displayed (i.e upto 24756 bytes of data is displayed in the browser)

By somehow the size of the response is getting fixed to 24576bytes(24KB). I tried googling also but no result.


Any help is greatly appreciated


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Arpit Gadle
 
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Really?! This is the best way you can think of to solve this? Same with the blood types.

I'm not sure what we're supposed to do with that JSP code (except look at it wide-eyed). I'd start by refactoring, doing things in smarter, less code-intensive ways, and take it from there.
 
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