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From "Barry Dreckmann" <>
Subject Re: Reload of JSP Pages
Date Mon, 14 Jan 2002 16:21:42 GMT

Hi Michael,

What you need to do is within your  <%@ include file="" %>
include the attribute flush with the value "true" i.e.

<%@ include file="" flush="true" %>

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                    (Michael             cc:                                             
                    Timpe)               Subject:     Reload of JSP Pages                
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Hi Tom-Catties,

I have some trouble with the reload of JSPs.

Basic data is

- Win XP, Apache 1.3.xx, Tomcat 4.01, IE 6.0 (IE6 with the option to reload
the page at each access)

Suppose You have an JSP page "prj_0000.jsp" that includes another JSP page
by using a tag like this: <%@ include file="" %>

If I have changed the file and I press "Reload" in the
browser. The changes will have no effect (are not loaded into the browser).
I have to change
also the file "prj_0000.jsp" (by adding a blank line to the file to change
the files modification date).

How can I disable the "caching" of the JSPs within tomcat so that changes
in included files have their effect?

Greetings and thank you for your help


Michael Timpe
Melchiorstr. 24
50670 Köln

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