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Hi,
I'm using websphere 4.0 . If I do some change in my servlet and there is some error, even after I remove that erronous code from my servlet it keeps showing me error. Though I do the whole cycle like putting new class file in the servlet in the application tool builder, installing the application and restarting the server. Is it a cashing problem, if yes how should I clear it. Or anything else.
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Neha
 
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I think the problem is the new class is not getting loaded.There
are diffeent causes for this one.The most possible case is,
Auto reload may be set to false.
Servlet engine may not be configure with the AutoInvoker.
Hope it helps
 
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Remove the cached application in temp folder of websphere.
 
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I am not able deploy my servlets in my Websphere 4.0.I have gone thru' the ibm tutorial but everything goes well exept my invokation from the url.
My SnoopServlet coming with WebSphere works fine.
Please help me as where do i put the servlet class file,how do I deploy and place them and how to invoke from the url ?
[ December 09, 2002: Message edited by: Shubha ]
 
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Hi Subha,
Since you are creating a web module,so you just create a .war file from Application Assembly Tool with all the servlet class files. Don't forget to give the Servlet Mapping for each servlet class files. Once u create the war file, now you are ready to install that in WAS. Install that as a War stand alone module. That's all!!
Now u can invoke the url specified in servlet mapping..if, that still gives problem...U can send me the error stack from log files.
Nayan.
 
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