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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    New York

    Gzip Filter in web Application

    Please guide me where to put my Gzip filter in my web directory structure.
    I am listing my web.xml entry for the filter. Currently my filter is sitting in a filter package. when i run the app it gives an error saying
    FAIL - Application at context path /CofeeAdvice could not be started

    please guide me what to do, if i remove my xml entry for the filter then my app runs otherwise it gives above error....Thanks


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Try <url-patttern>*.jsp</url-pattern>

    If it still doesn't work, may I suggest you try an alternative compressing filter which I wrote:

    It is fully documented and should perform better than GZIPFilter.

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