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From mi...@grf.bg.ac.yu
Subject Re: How to reload web app from java program?
Date Sun, 04 May 2008 14:40:15 GMT
Hello,

> If you wanted to go that route, might as well call wget or curl to hit
> the manager webapp with a reload command.


It is then possible to send appropriate http request from java class to
manager webapp, isn't it?
But is there any API to reload the context from the app itself? I suppose
I need exactly the same API call as manager app does to reload the
context!


Regards, Milos

>The OP is trying to reload
> one webapp, not the entire tomcat.
>
> --David
>
> David Kerber wrote:
>> David Smith wrote:
>>> Don't think so.  The next best things are a) using the manager webapp
>>> to reload or b) design the webapp to reload local config information
>>> itself.  The only down side to (b) is it can't work on resources
>>> defined in tomcat configs like database pools.
>> Couldn't you call an external batch file that stopped and then
>> restarted Tomcat?  Like calling a windows .cmd file that issued NET
>> STOP and NET START commands?  That's not exactly the application
>> itself doing the restart, but it's probably close enough for most
>> purposes.
>>
>> D
>>
>>>
>>> --David
>>>
>>> milos@grf.bg.ac.yu wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> is there any way to reload deployed application from the application
>>>> itself?
>>>> I suppose there must be an API to do that.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>> Milos Kovacevic
>>
>>
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