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From Marco Magistrali <magistr...@ariadne.it>
Subject Re: jsp and tomcat 4
Date Tue, 17 Jul 2001 13:39:43 GMT
ok, you restart tomcat. But with tomcat 3.1 the jsp was recompiled every time i
modified java without restart tomcat, it's right??
I wouldn't to restart tomcat. Is it impossible??
tnx

"D. Jay Newman" wrote:

> Sort of. When I change a "system" package (one I put into
>    /usr/local/java/jre/lib/ext/), then I have to stop and restart tomcat.
>
> > there are way to force recompilation when I modify java in jsp??
> > I'm working on winnt with tomcat 4.0b5
> >
> > "D. Jay Newman" wrote:
> >
> > > > I have a question:
> > > >     if I modify a JSP under tomcat4 i don't see any change in browser
because
> > > > tomcat4 get the .class of JSP in cache (directory work)
> > > >
> > > > How can I say to recompile the jsp if there are changes in java??
> > >
> > > This is strange. I'm using Tomcat 4.0b5 and had problems only once (I had to
> > > manually fix my system's time, and that changed the timestamps so that the
> > > older cached versions had "newer" timestamps than the JSP file I was editing).
> > >
> > > Otherwise I always get automatic recompilation if I only change the
> > > JSP file (if I change a package I call from there I have to go through
> > > hoops, but that's another story).
> > >
> > > This was on linux.
> > > --
> > > D. Jay Newman                   ! For the pleasure and the profit it derives
> > > jay@sprucegrove.com              ! I arrange things, like furniture, and
> > > http://www.sprucegrove.com/~jay/   ! daffodils, and ...lives.  -- Hello Dolly
> >
>
> --
> D. Jay Newman                   ! For the pleasure and the profit it derives
> jay@sprucegrove.com              ! I arrange things, like furniture, and
> http://www.sprucegrove.com/~jay/   ! daffodils, and ...lives.  -- Hello Dolly


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