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From Kitching Simon <>
Subject RE: JSP reload...HELP !!!!!!!!!
Date Thu, 21 Sep 2000 14:53:14 GMT

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Domenico di Girolamo []
> Sent:	Thursday, September 21, 2000 4:43 PM
> To:
> Subject:	Re: JSP reload...HELP !!!!!!!!!
> If I stop and restart Tomcat without deleting the files in the work
> directory
> I don't get the new modified my.jsp.
> I must delete files in the work directory and stop restart Tomcat to
> obtain modified my.jsp
> Please help me i would go in production with Apache and Tomcat
> Thanks
> Domenico di Girolamo
> Original message from: "Jack Gavigan"
> >>Then I delete files in work directory and stop and restart tomcat
> >>I call my.jsp
> >>I get new modified my.jsp
> >
> >What happens if you stop and restart Tomcat without deleting the files in
> the work directory.
> >
> >
> >Jack Gavigan
> >
> >
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	[Kitching Simon]  

	All I can say is that I've been using jsp reloading quite happily
for the last couple
	of hours, while trying to debug something. I just make a change to
the .jsp file,
	save the change, then press the reload button on the browser & the
new version
	of the page appears immediately.

	NO stop/start of tomcat, clearing of work directory, or anything.
	So the problem must be in your configuration somewhere.

	I'm using tomcat 3.1 on HPUX with jdk 1.2.2

	Good luck,


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