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Server needs to be restarted after JSP change

Bala Ramachandran
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Joined: Aug 20, 2001
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Hi,
I have an iPlanet web-server running on Sun Solaris box. Everytime a JSP in the server is changed and I attempt to load the new version of the page in the browser, the server stops serving any page that has Java. I am able to load static pages, gifs etc., But the server does not load any JSP, servlet (even totally unrelated ones to the changed page).
I don't get any compile errors. But after I restart the server, it is ok. The new version of the page gets loaded. Sometimes it works after one or two changes, but after the third change, I definitely have to restart the server.
Can anyone help me with this ?
Thanks
Bala.
 
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