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When I change en_US.properties, changes are not shown in the forum. Do I have to reload the Forum in Tomcat to get the new values?
I ask because the ISP does not allow me to reload, I have to tell them to do it.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Per Johansson]
 
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The files should reload automatically. However, I remember of fixing some bug related to file reloading some days ago (or a problem with the merge).

You can know if a file was reloaded by lookin in the log files. Usually there will have a message like "Reloading /some/path/en_US.properties"

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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Rafael Steil wrote:The files should reload automatically. However, I remember of fixing some bug related to file reloading some days ago (or a problem with the merge).

You can know if a file was reloaded by lookin in the log files. Usually there will have a message like "Reloading /some/path/en_US.properties"



Well, I was wrong. I had uploaded an old file, now the edited file! Now it works automatically.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Per Johansson]
 
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