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From "Fred Ingham" <ing...@erols.com>
Subject Servlet Reloading
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2001 15:45:53 GMT
To all,

Under Tomcat 3.2.2 are there any 'standard' circumstances that a servlet
will NOT be reloaded once it has been re-compiled?  We already have added
the following to our server.xml file:

<Context path="/foo"
         docBase="webapps/foo"
         reloadable="true" >
</Context>

But, every time we re-compile the servlet, we are forced to re-start Tomcat.

By 'standard' I mean: are there any circumstances, like whether or not the
class file is in the classpath, vice being discovered by Tomcat on startup
that would cause this to occur.

Thanks, Fred


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