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From "Pierre Goupil" <goupilpie...@gmail.com>
Subject Quick webapp reloading [was : Is jsp designed for use by large websites]
Date Sat, 02 Dec 2006 18:17:41 GMT
Hello, listers !


2006/11/30, Rashmi Rubdi <dev_subscriptions@yahoo.com>:


Remy is right, with JSPs also it's possible to instantly see your changes by
> simply refreshing your browser.
>
> I would like to add though that this purely depends on how your project is
> set up.
>
> You can have Tomcat point to the folder which contains the *source code*
> this is what allows one to instantaneously see the changes made to a JSP
> page. Do this in the development environment.
>
> Many (including myself) thought that we have to deploy all source files
> from source folder to Tomcat's webapps folder to see the changes made to the
> JSP. You can easily avoid this deploy cycle by simply pointing Tomcat to the
> source folder either in your app's context file which is located at:
> \apache-tomcat-5.5.12\conf\Catalina\localhost
>
> OR
>
> inside Host configuration in server.xml
>
> This will save a lot of time and clicks and changes to JSPs can be seen
> instantaneously simply by refreshing your browser.
>
>
Could you, please, tell me more about this, M. Rashmi ?


Regards,


Pierre



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