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Hi,
I�m using the Tomcat Web Server v4.0, to test the examples, in order to study to the scwcd.
But it not allow automatically reload of the servlets, when they change. And is very tedious to stop and start the web server, when I modified a class.
Is there any free Web Server, that supports automatic reload of the servlets?
Thanks.
 
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Here is a link which helps to turn-on auto loading of servlets for Tomcat.
http://www.moreservlets.com/Using-Tomcat-4.html#Servlet-Reloading
Regards,
Maha Anna
 
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Add a block like this in the conf\server.xml file corespondingly.
<Context path="/chapter01" docBase="chapter01"
debug="0" reloadable="true" privileged="true"/>
 
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or try jboss, if you are adventureous
 
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Weblogic also supports auto-reload (though you have that pesky 30 day license to deal with )
 
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I think JRUN also have automatic reload, or you may use tomcat manager
I hope it helps!
 
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