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Changes on JSP

Kaustubh G Sharma
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Whenever we made any dynamic changes over JSP...Do we need to restart the server or it reflect automatically.. and if it is reflecting automatically, then how did this happen?


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Bear Bibeault
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Servlet containers use custom classloaders to reload JSPs when they detect that they have changed.


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Kaustubh G Sharma
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Thanks, But where I can find this into more details BEAR?
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You could download Tomcat's source, or research information on class loaders.
Mike Zal
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Try looking googleing tomcat hot deploy. You can switch tomcat the with Container you are using.


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Kaustubh G Sharma
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This works for me :)
 
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