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Karup Mew
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The changes in jsp are not reflected in browser without restarting Tomcat 6.x.I am using Netbeans 6.1 with tomcat6.x, is this a IDE(Netbeans) problem.Kindly help me.
Sagar Rohankar
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Hi

I dont have such problem when I made changes in JSP with Netbeans ! May be you starting tomcat server externally !


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Maneesh Godbole
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Sure not the Ravindranath Tagore !


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Karup Mew
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Thanks for your response.
Later I identified when I was the open browser through netbeans the above mentionted problem was existed otherwise it works Fine.Correct me if any wrong with this.
Sagar Rohankar
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Originally posted by Ravindranath Tagore:
Thanks for your response.
Later I identified when I was the open browser through netbeans the above mentionted problem was existed otherwise it works Fine.Correct me if any wrong with this.


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Meanwhile you should take a note of what Maneesh said to you . Its a JavaRacnh policy not to use fictious name , and your name sounds similer to that great Nobel prize winner Rabindranath Tagore , who is grate than this forum , than Java !

If its really a original name of yours, then I apologize.
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