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From Eddie Bush <>
Subject Re: org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Processor.process taking a long time
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2002 05:15:59 GMT
This belongs in tomcat-user or tomcat-dev.  I would suggest refactoring 
your "list" to have "html" as a property though (ie. 
getHTML()/setHTML()).  Then, you can use the JSTL to extract this value 
and do away with scriplets - which are simply evil.

Once you do that, replace your scriplet with:

<c:out value="${listVar.html}"/>

Steve Vanspall wrote:

>Hi there, I have a Java object that stores html code in a string for in order to speed
my Web App up. 
>Basically it Works similarly to an Array list, but updates the html code for each bean
as it is added/update, thus removing the need for getting the JSP to iterate through an ArrayList
and write the HTML specifically for it. So basically in my JSP all i need do is but a scriplet
<%=list.html()%> where list is the the list of records.
>Now this part works fine. But if the there is alot of html code in the string i.e. a large
number of records, there seems to be a fairly slow method being invoked in 
>as seems to be the case when I debug it.
>Does anyone know anything aobut this method, or under what Apache project the source code
may be so I can see what is causing the problem, and hopefuly change my Web App to accomodate
>Any help would be great.

Eddie Bush

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