[jdom-interest] SAXBuilder in JSP session scope object
liunw at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 26 11:17:23 PDT 2001
I have a SESSION scope Java Bean in a JSP page using a
SAXBuilder. Assume we use the JAXP default SAXParser
My question is: Is there a big difference in memory
usage between the following two approaches:
1. Each session object has its own SAXBuilder.
2. create an external APPLICATION scope synchronized
pool to store a group of SAXBuilders, and get/return
instances from pool each time the page get executed.
In short, is SAXParser instances expensive?
Also, do I need to mark the SAXBuilder as transient
in the JavaBean?
Thanks very much,
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