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JSP Performance in Oracle Portal Server [message #254168] Thu, 26 July 2007 01:12 Go to next message
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Registered: July 2007
Location: Hyderabad,India
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This is Harsha .This is regarding the issues/ doubts that we have with Oracle Portal Server and portlets.

The scenario is we have a JSP page in which we are calling four portlets. Based on the User role the JSP view will be changed. Hence the JSP contains if else blocks and based on the user role respective portlet will be invoked.

We are facing an issue where when a user logs in, the display is taking approx. 9 secs and on subsequent visits within the same login, it is much faster. This is true even when the user logs out and logs back in. We are not clear if the portal server is trying to recompile the page on each login. To verify this, we want to know where the compiled JSP’s (Class files) will reside. The Portlets are simple templates. The portlets that we have are menu bar, banner, left navigation and footer.

Also we want to know that if it is possible to use <jsp: include> tag in a JSP in oracle portal server? If yes then how to give the file path. We have observed that in Oracle portal server whenever we want to call a JSP it is taking the display name and when we try to give the display name in the <jsp:include> it is giving an error.

We are using Oracle 10g and we don’t have JDeveloper Plugged to it.

Re: JSP Performance in Oracle Portal Server [message #282116 is a reply to message #254168] Tue, 20 November 2007 22:59 Go to previous message
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Registered: November 2007
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Hai Harsha ,

This is amarnadhgupta.Actually i need to know how u r displaying the portlets through jsps based on role.If possible could you please provide sample code .
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