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From Eric Grunzke <eric.grun...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Programmatically Force JSP Reload
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2009 06:45:40 GMT

Thanks for the reply, Kirk.  Calling touch probably would force Tomcat to
reload the jsp, but it's not a complete solution.  In production
environments, Tomcat polls the filesystem for changes, so until the next
polling cycle hits, the app would still get a ClassCastException. 
Additionally, there are performance implications for for continually
recompiling in a production environment (the default checkInterval is zero,
which results in no runtime checks for modification).

I considered calling touch or making a trivial change to the jsp (like extra
whitespace at the end), but I can never completely eliminate the failure
window that way, and it's a bit of a kludge anyways.  When Context.reload()
is called, something in there reloads the jsps.  I just need to find that
something.

-Eric


Kirk True wrote:
> 
> Hi Eric,
> 
> If you call touch on the JSP does it update? This used to work on 
> versions of JRun back in the 90's.
> 
> Just a shot in the dark...
> 
> Kirk
> 

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