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about publishing server
Joined: Aug 24, 2004
Apr 04, 2005 07:17:00
if i change any property file in an application , should i need to publish it to server to have impact of it
Joined: Oct 18, 2000
Apr 05, 2005 06:56:00
That depends on how the application is implemented... does the application only read the property file at startup, or does it constantly check for changes to the property file?
Usually it's the first case, so yes, you would have to restart the application for changes to take effect.
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