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Urgent : Related to WebSphere and JSP

Dharmesh Chheda
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Joined: May 08, 2001
Posts: 204
I am using WebSphere application Server 3.5 to run my Jsp and Servlets. The First time i publish my Jsp and Servlet files in respective directories , i get the output properly. But if i modify the Jsp or the servlet content and again publish it, It gives me the same output as shown previously. I have done every possible thing. I tried doing the same stuff with Visual Age for Java's WebSphere Test Environment but still no solutiion for it ..
I am stuck up with my project and cannot move ahead ..

regards,<br />Dharmesh Chheda
Bosun Bello
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Joined: Nov 06, 2000
Posts: 1510
Try restarting the servlet engine. It works for me using the VA test environmtnt.

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kichu kichu
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Joined: May 10, 2001
Posts: 59
Try restarting the servlet engine and also clear up your cache in your browser as well as in the webserver..
this should work..
[This message has been edited by kichu kichu (edited June 13, 2001).]
[This message has been edited by kichu kichu (edited June 13, 2001).]
Julio Lopez

Joined: Nov 14, 2000
Posts: 28
If none of the above work delete the .class and .dat files in the WebSphere\AppServer\temp\default_host\default_app directory (assuming you are using the default_app). If you are not using the default_app go into the folder that has the same name as your application. I am running into the same problem with WebSphere not recognizing that a new JSP has been published. By deleting the .class and .dat files WebSphere is forced to recompile the JSP, and so it uses the new source.
Hope this helps
Julio Lopez
M-Group Systems
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