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My Spring Application is very slow

 
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Dear All,

We have migrated a Struts application into Spring. We only used Spring JDBC module. My application earlier when developed through Struts used to take just 10 seconds to login. But now in Spring, it is taking more than four minutes. We are unable to make out the reason. Could anyone of you throw a light on the reasons why this application became slow?

Any suggestion to improvise is welcome...

Thanks in advance!!

 
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Please TellTheDetails. You have not provided enough information for us to help you. You need to show use the code and configuration relating to the code that is not performing.
 
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10 seconds for login, seems a lot of time already!
4 mins - that sounds like a kill. I'm wondering what could cause such a delay. Is it only for the first request or for all logins?
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