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From Benedicte Luet <lu...@db.erau.edu>
Subject Re: JSP & cache
Date Thu, 25 May 2000 13:36:50 GMT
Carl,

I did not see any answer to your question. I apologize if someone already
replied.
The compiled JSP code is stored under the $TOMCAT_HOME/work directory. You
will find one sub directory per context you have set up. You can flush it by
deleting the files within those sub directories. It will force tomcat to
recompile.
If you just want to reload a class that you modified, you can set the
context's reloadable parameter in server.xml to true, or just restart tomcat.

Benedicte
Unix Administrator
Embry-Riddle University

Carl Parrish wrote:

> Does Tomcat cache JSP code? And if so how do you flush it?
>
> Thanks,
> Carl Parrish
> Webmaster
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