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When a Java Bean is modified do we need to restart Apache Tomcat?  RSS feed

 
Mark Guo
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When a Java Bean is modified do we need to restart Apache Tomcat?
 
Lucas Smith
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What do you mean by: "Java Bean"?
There exists hot redeployment which allows you not to restart server after some change in code.
 
Jagdish Hatagale
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yes only the JSP page is reload in the server while you made any change in bean you must need to restart the server unless the changes will never reflect.
 
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You already asked this question in the Tomcat forum. Please don't ask the same question more than once.
 
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