hi, i just been told by mr.Budi Kurniawan , it can do some setting to fix this
For rapid development, thought, you might not want to stop and restart Tomcat. What you need is the feature that automatically reloads the application when one of the classes or the web.xml file changes. Here is how you can configure Tomcat for a given application:
I've also written a loader for Struts development, which reloads the application if the struts-config.xml changes. You can download it from the book's website. --------------------
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[ September 16, 2004: Message edited by: Alvin chew ]
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Thank you all for the reply..
Infact I'm using Tomcat 5.I used the manager to reload my application.But when I worked with JBoss for Bean Deployement ,the moment I put the new ear file,it will get deployed.I was thinking something similar is possible in Tomcat .Now i'll try this