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How to get the container to recognise my new Servlet ?

Maky Chopra
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Joined: Apr 11, 2001
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Hi
I used to host an asp site on a Win2k server. Recently the server people have started jsp support. They say no servlet support but if I make a wb-inf/classes folder, I see that the /servlet/HelloWorld is accessible.
The problem is, that once I execute my servlet, it goes somewhere in the resin container and I have no wayof making my changes visible until the resin has been restarted. And i have no control over this.
Is there anyway for me to have resin recognise a change in my servlet programatically ? Otherwise, is there any way for the server guys to allow me to restart my container (on the virtual host) without affecting their other customers (as webappcabaret does ?)
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks.. Mak
 
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