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From "Abraham Fathman" <>
Subject RE: JSP-pages and reloadable
Date Sat, 04 May 2002 17:05:22 GMT
Should be the only way for it to work....

Why don't you try a test page in a new web app.

Goto tomcat's\webapp directory
	create a directory called test
	create a file in test called test.jsp
		<%=executing jsp%>
	in test.jsp

Navigate to it in the browser http://localhost:8080/test/test.jsp (this
is by default if you have changed your port or the server is on a
different machine it will be different...)

Monitor your work directory for the .java and .class file that will be
created. There should be a tomcat/work/hostname/test/test$

When you change test.jsp and access it again the test$ should

I know this has been true on all of the versions of tomcat that I have
used. (3.3-4.0.3)

Hope this helps,

-----Original Message-----
From: Mattias Brändström [] 
Sent: Saturday, May 04, 2002 12:58 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: JSP-pages and reloadable

Tore Skogly wrote:
> lørdag 4. mai 2002, 17:23, skrev Mattias Brändström:
>>I have a simple question. Is there a way to get Tomcat to handle 
>>JSP-pages the same way it does classes in WEB-INF when you set 
>>reloadable="true" in your Context-element. It is a bit cumbersome to 
>>restart tomcat and apache every time I have made a change to my 
> You don't have to restart Tomcat /Apache when the jsp-page is changed.

> Just reload it in your browser.
For some reason that doesn't work for me. Is there some kind of special
configuration that needs to be done or should that work automaticaly?


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