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From "Sean Dockery" <s...@sbdconsultants.com>
Subject Re: AW: modified jsp-files and jasper2
Date Mon, 17 Feb 2003 06:28:57 GMT
Hello, Sven.

Try setting Context.reloadable to true, restart Tomcat, and see if that
works for you.



"Sven Köhler" <skoehler@upb.de> wrote in message
news:b2m0cd$9pb$1@main.gmane.org...
> >> I just checked the web.xml file in $CATALINA_HOME/conf/web.xml.  It
> >> suggests
> >> the "development" is the default mode in which Jasper operates.  Have
you
> >> tried leaving development, reloading, and checkInterval out of your
> >> web.xml
> >> file to see if the standard behavior works?
> >
> > The tomcat-docs also state, that development should be false in
> > production-environment. background should be used, because it's more
> > efficient.
>
> Today i uploaded new pages, and there we're compiled fine, than i
> uploaded some updated pages, and they weren't compiled at all.
> I tried the reload-button in the manager-app, nothing happened.
>
> > Even with development=true i remember some cases, where tomcat didn't
> > reload the pages, and i had to hit the reload-button.
>
> I thought of what you said, and set the development-option to true, and
> restarted tomcat.
> It didn't help. I still saw the old pages. Even after that restart
> Tomcat didn't recompile my pages!!!
>
> >>> Hitting the reload-button in the manager-app always helps.
>
> As i know now, this doesn't help always, but nearly always.
>
> As development==false implied, that background-compilation is disabled,
> nothing should keep me from seeing the new page!
> the opposite of background-compilation (development=true) is that the
> page is recompiled before the http-request is executed.
>
> Any hints?
>
> I think i will submit a Bug-Report.




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