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From Nikil Pandey <>
Subject Re: jsp modifications not visible after tomcat restart?
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 05:27:20 GMT
yes, this should force a compilation of the jsp's. i have had that happen before and deletion
of work dir followed by a restart loaded the new jsp's.

Thank you,

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From: Szabolcs Márton <>
To: Tomcat Users List <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2007 8:04:47 AM
Subject: Re: jsp modifications not visible after tomcat restart?


sometimes, delete /work dir at catalina_home helps,
but i have the same problems sometimes.
Something like the server doesnot recognize, that tha file changed and need


2007/10/2, loredana loredana <>:
> I remember something like this happened to me a couple of years back
> but  don't remember how I solved it. I run a tomcat 6 and I have a jsp file
> within an application. I remember that if I do a modification in a jsp file
> I don't have to restart tomcat, it's enough to copy the jsp file in the
> webapps/appfolder/ and refresh in browser. well that doesn't work for me.
> Even worse, I can even restart tomcat and the modifications in the jsp are
> still not visible. The only way I can see the modification is if I rename
> the file. So if have an index.jsp, I modify something in it...refresh the
> browser...nothing. I go and rename the index.jsp in index2.jsp then i will
> see the modifications. What can cause this behaviour? I thought it's the
> browser cache but it's not..cleaned it, even restarted broswer and still
> nothing. the only way I can see the modifications is if I rename the file.
> Anybody had a similar problem?
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