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Stop Start Tomcat Everytime/Other way?

 
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Everytime I modified the servlet source code and recompile it, I need to stop-start my Jakarta Tomcat 4.0.1, is there any alternative way which is easier and practical? :-|)
 
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May be this is it required to restart Tomcat , whenever servlet class file is changed? could be useful for you.
 
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Thanks. I 've use the http://localhost/manager/reload?path=my_web_app
to solve this. It is a good approach especially in the development phase.
To find more about it, we can refer the tomcat 4.0.1 documentation in the tomcat folder.



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Hi,
There is also another solution to this .Instead of reloading the aplicaiton using hte manager , you can set up the web application in server.xml with the attribute of reloadable="true" under the context of the application.

Good Luck
Nileesha
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