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Eclipse's re-publish does not work

 
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Hello guys,
I am facing problems deling with Eclipse, I restart/redebug I click on "clean project" however don't update the application...

Do you have a tip?
 
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republish sounds to me like youre using either a servlet or ejb container with your project?
 
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no, sorry,
I am using a simple "dynamic web project" I do restart but still not updated.
 
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sorry I dont understand: youre creating a dynamic web project without a servlet container?
 
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oh oh... now I got it, yeah, I am using one, Tomcat...
 
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there are several configuration points where things could have gone "wrong".
First, check to see if you have added your project to the tomcat instance that you have setup in the server view in Eclipse
Second, double click on the tomcat configuration in the Server view and check your settings in the "Publishing" section.
If nothing helps, have a look at your tomcat logs. Make sure your not keeping a handle on one of your published files in tomcat, i.e. make sure you havent opened a file in the tomcats project webapp folder for eg. with an editor
 
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