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jsp reloading Problem

 
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I am working on tomcat 4.1.24 on linux. If i modify a jsp i have to remove the work folder.other way i got is changing the server date? is this the problem with the system date ?
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guys any help??
 
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i have worked on tomcat in windows, and any modification in the jsp are reflected automatically(withou restarting the server or deleting the work folder).
But there is one exception, i.e. when u r using static include. Are u embedding ur jsp statically in other jsp?
 
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Thanks Prakash!!
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But there is one exception, i.e. when u r using static include. Are u embedding ur jsp statically in other jsp?
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No i have written simple jsp <% out.println("hello world"); %>
bt still i have to remove the working folder if i modify this page.
 
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may be the browser that cache your page.
try this code in head section.
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache">
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="0">
</head>
 
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This is a Tomcat question.

It will be moved to Apache/Tomcat.

There is also a post (by me) that is regarding the same issue.
https://coderanch.com/t/83323/Tomcat/Tomcat-not-recognizing-changes

Your post reminded me, and I've updated it with our 'solution'.
 
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