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From "Steven Punte" <>
Subject Re: auto reload of JSP
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2000 16:20:32 GMT

    Once you have made 10 compile errors of a single JSP file, it 
    will not automatically reload.  You need to either:

    1.    Restart tomcat.

    2.    Improve you skills and never make more than 10 errors!

STeve (smartass) Punte
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Phil Cruz 
  Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2000 9:13 AM
  Subject: auto reload of JSP

  I'm using Tomcat 3.1beta1/Apache on Linux.  According to the faq (quoted below)  JSP's should
be automatically reloaded.  My JSP pages are not being reloaded unless I stop/start Tomcat.
 The reloadable flag in server.xml is set to true, but this refers to servlets not JSP anyway,
right?  Any ideas what could be going on?


    Does Tomcat reload changed servlet Mod: 2000-03-27 01:55:47.0 wrote:
    > Is there any prospect of Tomcat reloading servlets that have been
    > recompiled (ie changed)? Is there a better workaround than
    > Is there a technical reason or rationale for this?

    Tomcat 3.0 does not support automatic reloading of changed servlet
    classes. This feature is high on the priority list for a future release,
    and is actually in the release plan for the 3.1 release.

    Note that modified JSP pages are "automatically reloaded" though.
    This works without the auto-reload feature, since a brand new class 
    is created for the modified page, and the new class simply replaces
    the old class.

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