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Tapestry issue- changes not reflecting

 
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I am using the spindle plugin in eclipse and trying to get started on tapestry with a simple Hello World app. Nothing dynamic, no java yet. The Home.html simply says Hello World! This works fine. But when I change the text to say "Hello Me!", and redeploy in Weblogic, the change just does not get reflected

Any idea what the problem could be?
 
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I do not know much about weblogic; but if weblogic is anything like JBoss; I advice you delete the war file and redeploy; at least you are sure that a fresh new war file is created... and go from there. Hope this helps.
 
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Can you just reload your application in Weblogic like you can do that in Tomcat, in Application Manager?

Also, in order not to reload your app every time, you can set a JVM system property org.apache.tapestry.disable-caching to true, but I didn't try this, I don't find it difficult to reload my Tapestry app when I want to check new additions.
 
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I dont know about weblogic,but using tomcat server , there is a property to reload the application if any file is changed.
The property needs to be set in context descriptor "HelloWorld.xml" -

The context descriptor is found at the following location -
<tomcathome>\conf\Catalina\localhost\HelloWorld.xml

<Context
docBase="c:/workspace/HelloWorld/context"
path="/HelloWorld"
reloadable="true"/>

Hope this information helps in some way.
 
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