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From Matt Goss <>
Subject Re: tomcatt doesnt recognize when I change my Beans source...Please HELP
Date Thu, 21 Dec 2000 14:45:45 GMT
Beans are meant to be persistent in memory (reminiscent of comm object in the
microsoft world) which means that in order to reload them you are going to have
to restart the server.. Sorry :(

Deepak C S wrote:

>   hi friends,
>          I have Linux-apache-tomcat3.2.1.   Ive have created a context
> "intranet" under
> < tomcat-install>/webapps/intranet
> and I have manually created Directories WEB-INF/classes under it. Is this a
> right way to do??
> Please suggest.
> In classes dir,I have placed my JavaBeans arranged into packages.But,each
> time I make changes to my Beans,Ive to restart the tomcat to recognize the
> changes else its using old Beans (though it is "Page"
> only scope).
> Ive even configured <server.xml> by adding the <context> tag with
> Reloadable="true".
> Can anybody suggest If indeed tomcat3.2.1 supports automatic reloading of
> Class files???
> Thanx in Advance,
> Deeps

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