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Rajesh Hegde
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Hello All,
I have just started working on JSP. I am using the Javawebserver 2.0 on Windows 95. My Question is :
If i make changes to a Bean class stored in directory Javawebserver/classes , how to reflect the changes in the JSP when the web server is running ? Right now i am shutting down the server and restarting it. Its only then that i am able to see the changes. But this would take a lot of time.
Can any one tell me , the best approach to overcome this problem.What is best location to store the bean classes ?
Thanx ,
Rajesh
 
Thomas Paul
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The server has no way to know that the bean class was updated. The server has to be bounced in order to reload the class.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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