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Portal Server 5.1 Problem

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I am having some queries regarding WPS5.1 :-

1. If i made some changes in shared/app, I need to restat the server. So is there any way (Server Settings) through which if I made some changes I need not to re-start the server.

2. I am using WPS5.1 with RAD6.0. For running my application I have to add five EARs which makes the server bit heavy. I usually get an exception :

[12/10/07 8:32:26:059 GMT] 6ab0fd6c ThreadMonitor W WSVR0605W: Thread "Servlet.Engine.Transports : 0" (523ffd65) has been active for 727,096 milliseconds and may be hung. There are 1 threads in total in the server that may be hung.

To make the server in Started mode I have to stop the server and again restart it.
So is there any server setting through which I dont get such exception.?

Anyone please help me out of this problem as it waste a lot of time to restart & load five application.

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If you add any libraries, you'll have to restart the portal server. There is no round about way. But for your jsp's you can enable the re-load property in the server so that it compiles again if you make any changes to the jsp in your portlet app. There is another way for development purpose only, by keeping all the dependent jar files in your portlet lib folder and through the WAS admin console, restart the portlet application. But the question is in case of standalone install of portal 5.1, whether you can access the WAS admin console of portal server instance. In wps6.0 you can access the WAS admin console of server1 and WebSphere_Portal instance separately.
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Since you already got your reply to point 1>

My inputs to point 2 are ... in case you want to remove the portlets, right click on the server and select the Add/Remove projects and just keep the one which you want and remove the rest. By doing that only the required portlet will load

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