out.println() taking lot of time if server is running in solaris

mnvsriram's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2009
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If my application server(weblogic) is running in windows and If I try to view one of the JSP file which prints a lot of html data generated in the server side, I am not facng any delay.
i.e in the JSP I have the following lines of code.
<% String output = ipAddressTable.generate();
out.println(output)); %>
ouput will actually contain hyge amount of data.
I f my server is running in Solaris machine and If itry to access that remotely in the windows IE, the out.println is taking long time.It's getting delayed for about 1 min because of the out.println().
The same data is getting rendered in a second if the server is running in Solaris.
Help me out!!!
mnvsriram's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2009
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Originally Posted by mnvsriram View Post
If my application server(weblogic) is running in windows and If I try to view one of the JSP file which prints a lot of html data generated in the server side, I am not facng any delay.
i.e in the JSP I have the following lines of code.
<% String output = ipAddressTable.generate();
out.println(output)); %>
ouput will actually contain hyge amount of data.
I f my server is running in Solaris machine and If itry to access that remotely in the windows IE, the out.println is taking long time.It's getting delayed for about 1 min because of the out.println().
The same data is getting rendered in a second if the server is running in Solaris.
Help me out!!!
I am sorry, In the above question in the last line, I mean The same data is getting rendered in a second if the server is running in Windows.(In Solaris it's taking lot of time about 1 minute)