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From "Murali" <>
Subject antiResourceLocking - hot deployment using context.xml in catalina localhost - tomcat6.0 - Reg.
Date Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:57:56 GMT


I am using Tomcat6.0.13, and could read from the tomcat document that the
,antiResourceLocking' has a side effect of truncating the size of some files
to 0 bytes.


Does the side effect still exist with Tomcat 6.0.13 version?  I know that
Tomcat 5.0 has this side effect but I don't know whether I can go with hot
deployment using antiResourceLocking set to true.


My context.xml file looks as below:


<Context path="/JUnitCactusTestFactory" reloadable="true"

docBase="D:\JUnitCactus" workDir="D:\JUnitCactus\work"

crossContext="true" antiJARLocking="true" 





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