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The Full code size value represents the total size of the code: 224,402 bytes in this case You can see that the initial download size, given the two code splits we made, would be 203,161 bytes, representing about a 9% reduction in size; not bad for such a small change! The rest of the code is comprised of two code splits (at 11,323 and 4,578 bytes), plus a left over split (5,340 bytes) with some general code, not associated specifically with any split; you can check that the sum works out By clicking on a report link, you can get (see Figures 154 and 155) further reports showing in more detail how the code size is achieved By clicking on the package links, you can eventually get to see why a specific class is included; this is a good help in case something unexpected happens, and you don t get the size savings you hoped for If sizes do not match your expectation (you tried to create a separate fragment for a specific part of the code, but GWT insists on downloading it from the beginning) examining the dependencies will let you find why you failed in separating it (The most common reason is that, somehow, you use a class that you wanted to split, from an unsplit part of the code) You ll have to reorder or reorganize part of your code so this won t happen, and there isn t any specific technique for this, but hopefully you ll work it out
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Figure 154 Clicking on a Report link shows in higher detail how the
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Figure 155 An analysis of a specific code split In this case, all the present code comes from a single class, which we wanted to split, so we got what we wanted
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You should get used to studying the Compile Report; even if your code is in tip-top shape, some new programmer might introduce a change that disrupts your splits Before distributing an updated version of your application, check that the code downloads are still what they used to be; a perfectly valid statement might go so far as to pull up all of
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After all we did earlier in this chapter, deploying your application is trivially easy The compiler produces code files following the WAR rules, which makes it simple to deploy Whether you are working with GWT only for client-side coding, or you are going the Java way with server-side code, getting your application on the web will require copying only a few directories and files7 Let s start with the simpler case first8
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If you don t have Java-based server-side coding (as with a web service-based architecture) you can easily deploy the HTML and JavaScript files that are produced by the GWT compiler to a web server such as Apache, though the details would be similar for other programs By default, in Linux you can usually find Apache s pages at /srv/www/htdocs (for OpenSUSE) or /var/www/html, and you can actually set it to store its pages at any other place; check the configuration files If you do not have any remote servlets, you ll just have to copy the files in the output war directory to the correct location for your home page, and you ll be set
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If you are going to have servlets (ie, Java server-side coding) you will need an appropriate web container GWT produces a standard deployment configuration, so even though in this section we will be working with Tomcat (version 6020) as a web container, changing to other container wouldn t be much of a problem9 We won t be covering how to set up that part of the software stack, but there s plenty of documentation everywhere for that Of course, if your application depends on web services, Enterprise Java Beans, or any other such technology, you ll also have to set them up Working with OpenSUSE, Tomcat stores the web pages at /srv/tomcat6/webapps; other Linux distributions, and of course Windows and Mac versions, may store them at different locations All we have to do is copy (and surely rename; I chose mvpproject) the war directory in our project to a directory in the Tomcat directory To run the
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7 You could also work with the generated Ant scripts to build or deploy your application; in my case, I prefer working exclusively within Eclipse 8 While I m not an Ant user, it should be said that you can automate both compilation and deployment with it, and there are many GWT developers who swear by it! 9 See http://tomcatapacheorg/ for more on Tomcat
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