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From "Dan Kirkpatrick" <dan.kirkpatr...@xxi.com>
Subject RE: Restart tomcat when recompiling servlet
Date Tue, 15 Aug 2000 20:50:47 GMT
Is the "dirty" file being included inside another page using the <%@ include
file="whatever" %>?  Jakarta only checks the time stamp of the root .jsp
file, not included files (unless you use the <jsp:include> directive).

-dan

-----Original Message-----
From: Oscar Sanchez Vilar [mailto:sanchezo@tcd.ie]
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 11:47 AM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Restart tomcat when recompiling servlet


Hello list

I have a web application configured to be reloadable, but some times
when I rebuild the application and a servlet recompilation is involved,
the new version of the servlet is not instantiated, keeping the old one,
and then I have to stop jakarta, stop apache, and restart again. Is that
normal?

Tanks,

Oscar


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