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From sharmasgsin <sharma.shash...@gmail.com>
Subject How to update the tomcat to run newly deployed applications without restarting it.
Date Sat, 04 Oct 2008 13:42:17 GMT

I am developing an application that do the following--
1) create the subdomain at www.goforthat.com, like i am creating asubdomain
as http://example.goforthatc.com
2)At the same time this aplication is creating an account at other
application that is http://www.mobizme.biz. with all the ftp details of the
newly created subdomian(http://example.goforthatc.com). using this
application a user can deevelop and publish his website at the above given
subdomain.
my web server is tocat.
     To publish the website, this application(http://www.mobizme.biz) test
the connection using the given ftp details, 
     when i publish the website i not the following points ---
         1)this application fails to publish the website immediately to the
given subdomain using the ftp detail.
         2)this application is able to publish the website after one hour,
to the given subdomain using the ftp detail.
         3)if i restart the tomcat this application is able to publish the
website immediately.
         here i am describing the what i need---
                     1) i want to publish the website immediately, without
restarting the tomcat.
                     2) can i update the tomcat to responde the newly
deployed applications immediately without restarting it.
                     please let me know as soon as possible.
 

Thanks
Shashi K. Sharma
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