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From "Ruben Fragoso" <ruben.frag...@tap.pt>
Subject Undeloying JetSpeed Portlets
Date Wed, 14 Jun 2006 10:37:44 GMT
Hi, i have a problem, i need to undeploy a jetspeed portlet, but every time
i try, due to the fact that some files get locked i have to shutdown Tomcat.
I have am following this process:

		Tomcat Manager: stop portlet
		jetspeed:  going to Portlet Application Lifecycle
Manager(PALM) and delete portlet
		jetspeed:  logout user		
		Tomcat Manager: stop Jetspeed
		Tomcat Manager: undeploy portlet
		Tomcat: stop/start
		tomcat Manager: stop portlet again
		tomcat Manager: undeploy portlet again


Only following this steps i can remove my portlet. So my questions are?
	

		Am I doing the right steps? 
		Is there a way to remove a Jetspeed portlet without
stop/start Tomcat?
		What am I missing? 
		Is there an application that can track "what files are being
used by what" in Tomcat/JetSpeed ?

Thank you in Advance

Ruben Fragoso





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