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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: reload on demand
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2007 15:09:28 GMT
Kent Tong wrote:
> Yoav Shapira <yoavs <at>> writes:
>> There's reloadable as a Context attribute, documented at
>>, and you
>> can also define a list of static resources (not classes) to be watched
>> to trigger a reload, via the WatchedResources element.  See the page
>> above and the default Context.xml that ships with Tomcat for an
>> example.
I wasn't referring to this attribute, I was referring to a classloaded 
that reloads individual classes.
I know this was done some time ago, not sure if it was included in 
tomcat or not, but search the dev archives.
> Yes, I know about the reloadable flag. But what I'd like is to
> reload it only when the webapp is accessed again. I don't
> want it to keep reloading when I make changes to my Java
> files. Only when I am ready to test run it, would I like it
> to reload automatically.
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