The disable-zscript Element
[Default: false (enabled)] [since 5.0.8]
Specifies whether or not to disable the use of zscript (i.e., the interpreter). Once disabled, you can not embed anymore zscript codes (such as Java and Groovy) in a ZUML page. ZK Loader will throw an exception, when parsing a ZUML page with the zscript code.
It is suggested for production system, since the performance of Java interpretation is not good and the BeanShell interpreter does not work well in the clustering environment.
<system-config> <disable-zscript>true</disable-zscript> </system-config>
|5.0.8||August 2011||This feature was introduced.|