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Best ways to evaluate a Java based Website

Hello Guys

I have developed my first Java based Website (Using JSP, Servlets, JDBC and JSTL). Now I am looking for ways and methods to accurately and thoroughly evaluate my site and solve any performance issues if existing.

Since this is my first Website, I don't really know what parameters I should consider to evaluate such a site? One thing I can think of is how fast servlets exesute and perhaps use something like currentTimeMillis().

But this is not enough (I am not even sure if correct); could anyone please tell me or refer some reading material to teach me what are the most important points to check the performance of the site and fix any related problems?

Thank you
Anita
Dec 12 '07 #1
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karthickkuchanur
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Hello Guys

I have developed my first Java based Website (Using JSP, Servlets, JDBC and JSTL). Now I am looking for ways and methods to accurately and thoroughly evaluate my site and solve any performance issues if existing.

Since this is my first Website, I don't really know what parameters I should consider to evaluate such a site? One thing I can think of is how fast servlets exesute and perhaps use something like currentTimeMillis().

But this is not enough (I am not even sure if correct); could anyone please tell me or refer some reading material to teach me what are the most important points to check the performance of the site and fix any related problems?

Thank you
Anita
just refer http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/search/searchResults.jsp?searchType=1&searchSite=dW&searc hScope=dW&query=struts+example&Search.x=0&Search.y =0&Search=Search
Dec 14 '07 #2

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