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Problem with JSP

Rajesh Hegde
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Joined: Sep 15, 2000
Posts: 112
Hello All,
I have just started working on JSP. I am using the Javawebserver 2.0 on Windows 95. My Question is :
If i make changes to a Bean class stored in directory Javawebserver/classes , how to reflect the changes in the JSP when the web server is running ? Right now i am shutting down the server and restarting it. Its only then that i am able to see the changes. But this would take a lot of time.
Can any one tell me , the best approach to overcome this problem.What is best location to store the bean classes ?
Thanx ,
Thomas Paul
mister krabs
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Joined: May 05, 2000
Posts: 13974
The server has no way to know that the bean class was updated. The server has to be bounced in order to reload the class.

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