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changes in jsp not reflecting immediately

 
Latha Reddy
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Hi all,
One of my client needs me to use Tomcat 5.0(as they already have the product almost finished on this version) They have got quite few problems..

The first problem i have is... When I do any change to the jsp file and try to access it from the browser, changes are not reflecting immediately and taking some time, eg, changes like changing the page title is also taking a while to reflect in the browser window. I am not using any jsp precompiler in this case. Even when i tried the same thing and precompiled with Ant, the result is still the same.
The changes are immediate only if i restart the tomcat service.

I shall be glad if some body could help on this...

Is it something to do with Tomcat settings or any cache??

Thanks very much
Latha
 
Ben Souther
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Duplicate Of:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/287602/JSP/java/changes-jsp-not-reflecting-immediately

Latha,
Posting the same question in multiple forums is called 'cross-posting' and is considered to be very rude. It wastes the time of the people who would help you.
 
Latha Reddy
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I posted it in 2 different places only because i was NOT sure if it's a JSP issue or a Tomcat issue.

Sorry if it caused any inconvenience.
 
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Originally posted by Latha Reddy:
I posted it in 2 different places only because i was NOT sure if it's a JSP issue or a Tomcat issue.

Sorry if it caused any inconvenience.


We have some good bar-keeps here.
They'd be happy to move it for you if you ask.
They've also got a good feel for where a thread belongs and will usually move it if they think it's in the wrong place.
Go with your first instinct.
 
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