As far as i know, jetty cannot do that.
But you can do it with a cache server (like Couchbase), I have done that before.
The request path is:
First time cache is not exists:
client -> http handler -> read from database and set to cache server(use a callback with arguments) -> response to client.
Second time, cache is exits:
client -> http handler -> cache server -> client.
If the cache with the key is not accessed in a period of time(let's say 10 mins, whatever you want), it will be expired and cleaned by itself.
Maybe generate satic html pages is also a good option.
Sorry if some syntax error exists, because English is not my native language.
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From: "Daniel Arend";<arendd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>;
Date: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 04:39 PM
Subject: [jetty-users] jetty webserver cache dynamic webpages
I have a jetty webserver in my application and implemented a http handler to
send dynamic html pages to a requesting clients.
Dynamic means, that I do not store the websites on the server to send them to the client.
I create every page dynamiclly with a template API and fill in data from a database.
For a request of a small pages the performance is very well, but if the request ends in
a very big site, the database query is slow and so the generating process and at the end the request takes a lot of time.
Is there a possibility that jetty (version 9) can cache these dynamically created pages, because they never change !?
So that only the first request of a page would be slow and then the next time jetty took the page from the cache!?
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