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J2EE Performance in two minutes

  Asked By: Bonni    Date: Mar 18    Category: Java    Views: 901

J2EE Performance tuning (Page last updated October 2001, Added
2001-10-22, Author James McGovern, Publisher Java Developers Journal).

* Call HttpSession.invalidate() to clean up a session when you no
longer need to use it.
* For Web pages that don't require session tracking, save
resources by turning off automatic session creation using: <%@ page
* Implement the HttpSessionBindingListener for all beans that are
scoped as session interface and explicitly release resources
implementing the method valueUnbound().
* Timeout sessions more quickly by setting the timeout or using
* Keep-Alive may be extra overhead for dynamic sites.
* Use the include directive <%@ include file="copyleft.html" %>
where possible, as this is a compile-time directive (include action
<jsp:include page="copyleft.jsp" /> is a runtime directive).
* Use cache tagging where possible.
* Always access entity beans from session beans.
* If only using an entity bean for data access, use JDBC directly
* Use read-only in the deployment descriptor.
* Cache access to EJB homes.
* Use local entity beans when beans are co-located in the same JVM.
* Proprietary stubs can be used for caching and batching data.
* Use a dedicated remote object to generate unique primary keys.



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Jezza Brown     Answered On: Mar 18

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Answer #2    Answered By: Norman Ray     Answered On: Mar 18
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