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some time, When i make some changes in JSP or JavaScript, these changes cant get reflect that time on Running mode. i need to manually stop Tomcat server and delete work folder and also need to Build project - Than these changes get reflect when i start tomcat and see in browser. Is there any way to automate this process or avoid problem. pls help this regards.

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"Gazy",
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Have you tried using the Tomcat Manager to restart the web application? Seems to me that should force Tomcat to re-examine the JSP timestamps and recompile the pages that have changed.

A typical Tomcat installation will have a discussion of setting up and using the Manager in the tomcat-docs directory. Look for html-manager-howto.html and manager-howto.html files.

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Thanks William Brogden,
How to change JSP compilation timestamp
 
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"Gazy",
Please note:
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Please use the links above to fix your screen name.
[ June 28, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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How to change JSP compilation timestamp


Your JSP file gets a new timestamp every time you save it. The resulting class file gets a timestamp when created.

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