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Avoiding server restart after changes in property file

 
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Hi All

I have a web based application which has few of its properties declared in a property file. I am using Weblogic to deploy this application. As expected, in case of any changes in the property files, we have to restart the weblogic server for the changes to take effect.

However, now there is a requirement where I am supposed to avoid the server restart incase of a change in any of the property files. I wonder whether it is possible at all, as I am not able to find any solution to it.

Kindly let me know is it at all possible. If yes, then how ?

Awaiting an early reply.

Thanks
Sumeet
 
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Use Apache Commons Configuration framework - it provides automatic reloading of property files.
 
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