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From "Joseph A. Noble" <>
Subject Re: Testing JSP
Date Sat, 07 Apr 2001 10:39:00 GMT
Moin and Kevin,

Thank you both very much for replying.  What I ended up having to do was
shutdown apache/tomcat, delete the files (class & java) from the work
directory, and then restart tomcat/apache.  It's working now.  What was
confusing is that I had looked at the java file in the work directory
and it had the changes, it's just that it wouldn't serve this version. 
Where was it storing the version it was serving?  The computer had been
shut down many, many times and each time I'd reboot, it would sit there
for a long time before serving the page the first time.  This seems
confusing to me.  What was the long delay for if it wasn't recreating
the java/class files and why wasn't it serving the new version it had
just created?

Is this the process I have to follow for every JSP modification:
Shutdown, delete, startup?


"Moin Anjum H." wrote:
> Hi,
> Try to refresh the browser. Press Shift+Reload To reload the again from the
> server.
> If even than never works delete all the files in the work directory of
> tomcat and restart tomcat
> Moin.
> "Joseph A. Noble" wrote:
> > Hello List,
> >
> > How do I get tomcat to re-compile a JSP page?  I've successfully loaded
> > a JSP page and it runs fine.  I made a slight change and now can not
> > figure out how to get tomcat to recognize the changes to the JSP page
> > source.
> >
> > HELP
> > -joe-
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