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From "Jon Schneider (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Issue Comment Edited: (IVYDE-226) JSP change causes context refresh (entire WAR restarts) - IvyDE EE Module dependency copies all jars to tomcat directory even if unchanged
Date Tue, 05 Jan 2010 13:54:54 GMT

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Jon Schneider edited comment on IVYDE-226 at 1/5/10 1:53 PM:
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After playing around with this for a little while, I've made the following observations that
appear to be different from what you are reporting:

1.  After changing a JSP that is in the WEB-INF folder, the server changes status from "Started,
Synchronized" to "Started, Restart".  On restart, of course, the server is synchronized again.
 I have not observed the jars being recopied at this point (this is where I expected to see
the problem, since I am fiddling with the WEB-INF folder and I've noticed some server adapters
are sensitive about that).

2.  After changing a JSP that is NOT in the WEB-INF folder, say in the WebContent root, the
server remains synchronized after the file modification.  Again, I do not observe jars being
recopied to the deployed directory after the initial publish.

I tested this with a barebones Dynamic Web project with one Ivy classpath container and a
single JSP on Tomcat 6.0.20.

Perhaps you could provide a test project?

Thanks,
Jon

      was (Author: jkschneider):
    After playing around with this for a little while, I've made the following observations
that appear to be different from what you are reporting:

1.  After changing a JSP that is in the WEB-INF folder, the server changes status from "Started,
Synchronized" to "Started, Restart".  On restart, of course, the server is synchronized again.
 I have not observed the jars being recopied at this point.

2.  After changing a JSP that is NOT in the WEB-INF folder, say in the WebContent root, the
server remains synchronized after the file modification.  Again, I do not observe jars being
recopied to the deployed directory after the initial publish.

I tested this with a barebones Dynamic Web project with one Ivy classpath container and a
single JSP on Tomcat 6.0.20.

Perhaps you could provide a test project?

Thanks,
Jon
  
> JSP change causes context refresh (entire WAR restarts) - IvyDE EE Module dependency
copies all jars to tomcat directory even if unchanged
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: IVYDE-226
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IVYDE-226
>             Project: IvyDE
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.0
>         Environment: Windows WTP Galileo & Tomcat 6
> IvyDE 2.1.0-hudson-79
>            Reporter: Dave
>
> Problem: If I make a JSP only change in a Web project causes the entire web application
context to restart in Tomcat 6.  Due to legacy application design, restart takes several minutes.
> Configuration:
> Web project has a IvyDE classpath dependency.  This dependency is marked as a Java EE
module dependency.  Build Automatically is on.
> Investigation:
> Change to JSP causes project build, the project build exports the dependent jars to the
WTP server folder:
> wtpwebapps\MyWebApp\WEB-INF\lib
> This happens even when there has been no resolve and no new or updated jars exist

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