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From Nadeem Bitar <na...@izucode.com>
Subject Re: Reducing JSP Testing Time
Date Sun, 28 Dec 2003 23:53:27 GMT

You can improve greatly the development/testing cycle by doing the
following:
1. Use ant for your build.
2. Precompile your jsp before viewing them.
3. Develop inside an unpacked war.
4. Use xdoclet 
5. Use testing tools such as http://maxq.tigris.org, and testing
frameworks such as http://jwebunit.sf.net and
http://strutstestcase.sourceforge.net/





On 日, 2003-12-28 at 12:39, fredatwork@free.fr wrote: 
> Hello,
> 
> Ive been using Struts for a little one now. My views consist of traditional 
> JSP code.
> 
> Note: My question is about the web page development cycle and relates to JSP 
> rather than Struts itself. Since lots of you guys are coding JSP, Im still 
> wanna raise the issue described below in this mailing list.
> 
> Im using Eclipse for coding JSPs (I mean here HTML pages that include JSP 
> tags, no tag libraries). In order to test the visual aspects of my JSPs, I 
> then build a war archive and deploy it to my web container. Nothing original 
> here.
> 
> Since HTML pages that include JSP tags are VERY long to open through the 
> browser on the first request (because of initial JSP compilation I guess), the 
> testing time is rather long. And I really get fed up with this now.
> 
> Therefore Im wondering f there is a ** magic ** tool that would allow me to 
> code a web page that includes JSP tags in a VISUAL environment (like MS 
> FrontPage does for HTML for instance). The idea here would be to be able to 
> include JSP tags in a VISUAL manner (such as a <html:text> for instance) in 
> order to actually seeA CODING TIME the result on the screen BEFORE actual 
> deployment in the container.
> 
> Does such a tool exist ?
> 
> Do you have any recommendation for reducing this testing time for Web pages 
> that include JSP tags ?
> 
> Fred
> 
> 
> 
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