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From "Morahg, Yoav" <ymor...@gist.com>
Subject RE: JSP reload...HELP !!!!!!!!!
Date Fri, 22 Sep 2000 13:19:00 GMT
Try setting your browser to check for new pages every time a page is
requested. I have my IE configured that way and I never have problem
reloading JSPs. Obviously this is not ideal because users of your site might
not have the same setting -- but once your in production your JSPs shouldn't
be changing very frequently.

-Y

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Yoav Morahg
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Gist Communications
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ymorahg@gist.com

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-----Original Message-----
From: Domenico di Girolamo [mailto:mdg@quipo.it]
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 8:05 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: RE: JSP reload...HELP !!!!!!!!!


I'm using Linux RH 6.1 Tomcat 3.1.
I've not make any change to configurations files and I tryed
to change a tomcat example jsp, but I can't get the change without
clearing work directory and stop/start Tomcat.
Anyhow thanks
Domenico di Girolamo

Original message from: Kitching Simon
>	[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,
>
>	Simon

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