henry.minsky at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 17:21:12 EDT 2006
If you are compiling the app as SOLO (lzproxied=false) then a .swf file will
be written to the source directory, and you can fetch that directly,
compiler's check for up-to-dateness.
If you are compiling a proxied app, you can grab the raw swf using wget or
the command line lzc compiler tool and reference that directly from your own
HTML wrappre page. It is only when you fetch *.lzx that the LPS server might
attempt to recompile.
On 4/3/06, Andy Chandler <achandler at visionael.com> wrote:
> (I keep forgetting to use the correct account to send to the list –
> apologies if this winds up coming through twice)
> I was asked to pass this question along to the list :
> We have a fairly large/complicated application and it has been
> observed that whenever a user visits a page for the first time it can take
> around 15 seconds for the page to load – thereafter it loads much quicker.
> We believe it is due to compilation or perhaps loading the swf into a cache
> on the tomcat side of the equation and we were looking to see how we could
> avoid that step if the resource hasn't been updated since the last
> compilation or if its caching is there any way to pre-load it?
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