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Subject Servlets loading issue
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2007 18:00:01 GMT
Hello team, 

I have installed apache-tomcat-5.5.25/  on AIX 5.3 with Java 5 64 bit 
version . Everything works as per the document  except when i try to 
access Servlets  , I get 500 error .

type Status report
message Error retrieving attribute reloadable
description The server encountered an internal error (Error retrieving 
attribute reloadable) that prevented it from fulfilling this request.
Status 500 - Error retrieving attribute reloadable
I have added following into the context.html file as well. What else 
should I check ? thx 

4. Turn on Servlet Reloading
The next step is to tell Tomcat to check the modification dates of the 
class files of requested servlets, and reload ones that have changed since 
they were loaded into the server's memory. This slightly degrades 
performance in deployment situations, so is turned off by default. 
However, if you fail to turn it on for your development server, you'll 
have to restart the server every time you recompile a servlet that has 
already been loaded into the server's memory. Since this tutorial 
discusses the use of Tomcat for development, this change is strongly 
To turn on servlet reloading, edit Edit install_dir/conf/context.xml and 
    <Context reloadable="true">

root@nim01 /usr/local/apache-tomcat-5.5.25/conf]: ls
./                     catalina.policy 
../              server-minimal.xml
Catalina/              context.xml            server.xml web.xml
[root@nim01 /usr/local/apache-tomcat-5.5.25/conf]: oslevel -r

[root@nim01 /usr]: cd java5_64/
[root@nim01 /usr/java5_64]: ls
./           COPYRIGHT*   demo/        fixes.html   jre/         src.jar*
../          bin/         docs/        include/     lib/
[root@nim01 /usr/java5_64]:

Shekhar Dhotre.
UNIX Systems Engineer.
IBM-Veritas-Sun- Microsoft Certified professional.

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