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Subject AW: Precompile JSP
Date Mon, 02 Oct 2006 12:35:49 GMT
You wont - you just access the webpages served by a JSP-container.
And that container has a buildin jsp-compiler.


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>Von: Martin Gainty [] 
>Gesendet: Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 14:27
>An: Ant Users List
>Betreff: Re: Precompile JSP
>If he wants a more granular approach such that the JSP 
>compiler step errors out - there would be no confusion on 
>whether the JSP page failed because of JasperCompiler error 
>-or- because of the unit test In any case where would you 
>specify the JasperCompiler (assuming this is accomplished thru 
>taskdef) for HttpUnit?
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>From: "Steve Loughran" <>
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>Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 5:26 AM
>Subject: Re: Precompile JSP
>> Hanmay Udgiri wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> I want to pre-compile my JSP after taking from CVS.
>>> I have websphere 5 installed on linux box.
>>> what comamnd I need to use to compile my JSPs
>>> Does the following command works
>>>     <jspc srcdir="${src}/WebContent" destdir="${build}/WebContent"
>>> package="com.jsp" compiler="jasper41" verbose="9">
>>>           <include name="**/*.jsp"/>
>>>            <classpath>
>>>                <pathelement path="${datashopper.classpath}"/>
>>>            </classpath>
>>>        </jspc>
>> No. It only works for jasper41, not for websphere, so your 
>> classes wont work.
>> I would recommend avoiding bothering to precompile JSP 
>pages. Instead 
>> write tests using HttpUnit that fetch every single JSP page. 
>That not 
>> only gives you the compilation, it gets you started on those 
>tests you 
>> are going to need anyway.
>> -steve
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