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pavan sharma
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i want to reload all java class file in web-inf/classes/...
for that i know that there is context tag that we can place in context.xml file in meta-inf....

i did that.......but still there is no reloading of java class file...
i have to restart my tomcat server...

my tomcat5.5 structure.....

tomcat5.5 -->
bin,conf,webapps...

webapps -->
jsp-examples,servlets-examples,ROOT...
ROOT -->
WEB-INF,MyProjectName,.....

WEB-INF-->
classes,lib, and web.xml...

now context.xml is in conf directory

where should i kept..and where is meta-inf.....

is context.xml should be copied in meta-inf


please.........help........n reply soon

thanks
 
Adeel Ansari
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Well, try to place your "MyProjectName" under "webapps" instead of ROOT.
 
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