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When a Java Bean is modified do we need to restart Apache Tomcat?

Mark Guo
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When a Java Bean is modified do we need to restart Apache Tomcat?


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You have to restart the web app. Or have it auto restart. It isn't necessary to restart Tomcat entirely though.


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