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Problem changing jsp property  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
I had in the jsp file tag input:

and since it didn't match the bean property: contactName I have changed it to

I have deployed and restarted the server, but still it seems to be that the server doesn't catch the change and doesn't care about contactName (it returns null while it's not).
I have also restarted the computer.
What else can I do to have it notice the change?
 
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Which server you are using,

if you are using weblogic with some managed servers, Then you have to monitor the config.xml ( if you are deploying .ear file).

tell me what type of deployment you are going for?
 
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apache- tomcat
 
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Just about every web or application server will detect jsp changes dynamically (I know that Tomcat does). I suspect that you are not changing the correct file or you might not be changing it in the correct location. There is a slight chance that it is a browser caching issue. In both IE and Firefox, pressing CTRL + F5 will force a clean refresh.

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