if i use using JSTL setBundle tag like <fmt:setBundle basename="Application" var="loadedBundle" scope="application"/> than is there any way i can reload my Application.properties file at runtime Actually i want to reload my bundle when i update my property file from my admin section. File is updated but bundle returns old values. even if i remove that variable using <c:remove var="loadedBundle" scope="application"> and than try to reload the bundle it return the old values. Anybody know any solution..... Zaid [ August 17, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
posted 9 years ago
Finally i got a solution that resolved my problem. it's here for other who might need this. If you are using Tomcat than you will need clearTomcatCache method otherwise clearMap(ResourceBundle.class, null, "cacheList"); is enough. Also make sure that in server.xml the application you are using should not have reloadable="true", if it's there change it to reloadable="false".
[BSouther: Added UBB CODE tags] [ August 24, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
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