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Configured Tomcat-IIS , Servlet Reload Problem

Ganesh Anekar
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Joined: May 13, 2001
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Hi there,
I have configured Tomcat-IIS under NT , but my servlets are not getting reloaded ..
What could be the problem? Can any one guide me? is there in settings for Server.xml for page refresh?
Thankx in advance.
Ganesh
William Brogden
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In the <Context> tag, in server.xml you have the reloadable attribute:
reloadable="true" should work.
Bill
Ganesh Anekar
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Joined: May 13, 2001
Posts: 36
Thankx for u r reply
I have already done that settings...is there any other settings?
pls tell ...
Thankx
Ganesh
Brett B Doehr
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Joined: Jun 04, 2001
Posts: 11
It also depends on where your servlet classes are located. If they are .class files, store them in the/WEB-INF/classes directory relative to your HTML/JSP pages. If they are in .zip or .jar files, store them in the /WEB-INF/lib directory.
If they are in another directory that is in your CLASSPATH, they
will be found initially but will not be dynamically reloaded. (I know, I wasted a lot of time on this one. <sigh> )
--Brett.
 
 
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