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How to use JSP outside of tomcat

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I have a number of documents that are very template like and ideal for JSP that are
1) not intended for the web and
2) need to be automatically batch processed (the output stored in output files).

How do I call the JSP processor from them command line? (it takes tomcat too long to see updated files for the purpose I have in mind)

posted Jul 24, 2013 by anonymous

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Use FreeMarker or Velocity for that. JSP was not designed for that.

answer Jul 24, 2013 by anonymous
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