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Automatic Class Reloading

Mike DeStefano
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Joined: May 24, 2002
Posts: 36
In my previous posting, the directory structure didn't post correct. Let me repost...

I have several webapp directories under the main "webapps" folder of resin 3.0.9. I cannot seem to get automatic class reloading to work. Can someone explain how to configure resin to automatically reload classes under various webapps. My directory structure is as follows -

resin-3.0.9
|---webapps
....|---ROOT
....|...|---WEB-INF
....|.......|---classes
....|---myApp1
....|...|---WEB-INF
....|.......|---classes
....|---myApp2
....|...|---WEB-INF
....|.......|classes


How do I get the resin class loader to automattically reload classes in myApp1/WEB-INF/classes and myApp2/WEB-INF/classes?

I'm baffled.

Thanks for your support,
- Mike


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