Thanks Jospeh :)
I'll be more than glad to document it for you.
-Joseph LeongOn Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 6:09 AM, Shrey Banga <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I was trying to edit this page- http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDEV/building-apache-geronimo.html but it says I do not have permission to edit it. Also, I experimented a little with inPlace deployment but couldn't get it to work for plancreator and I think the method described above is useful for admin console webapps. Can someone else document this method ?
On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 9:03 PM, Hernan Cunico <email@example.com> wrote:Kevan Miller wrote:
My machine got toasted (literally) last week and I'm still struggling with the new one.
On Jun 30, 2008, at 8:43 AM, Shrey Banga wrote:
Hi,1. Modify <geronimo-directory>\var\catalina\conf\web.xml:
While working on PlanCreator, I initially restarted it after each modification to the code which is too cumbersome for testing small changes especially in the JSPs. Thanks to Manu, I realized that there's an easier workaround to this:-
*modificationTestInterval* to *0*
* Set the *development* parameter to *true* in the
init-param to org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet
* Edit (add if doesn't exist) the
2. In the webapp that you intend to modify, find the web.xml and3. Restart the server with these settings in place.
remove the servlet-name and servlet-mapping of the jsp you
intend to modify and test.
For example, for PlanCreator I edit the
Once this is done, you can modify the jsp in place and hit refresh to test it. It'll be recompiled each time. I think this is very handy for developing and testing deployed web applications. Can someone copy this to wiki or grant me access to it ?
Looks like Shrey has already submitted an ICLA to the ASF. Hernan, can you give Shrey access?
I just added Shrey to geronimo-contributors.
for the record, any confluence admin can do this, a list with the admins is available at http://cwiki.apache.org/geronimo/geronimo-cwiki-documentation-architecture.html
Shrey, let us know if you have any questions
btw, wouldn't a scenario like the one described be addressed by inPlace deployment ? I used that in the past and worked like a charm
btw 2, Firefox 3 is also giving me headaches.
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