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Do we have to restart Tomcat to display any changes in servlet

 
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I was trying my hands on Tomcat and found my changes done n servlet are not reflected .
I have to restart my server to bring them into picture
Do we have to restart Tomcat to display any changes in servlet
 
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Hi Gunjan,
if you have set the parameter reloadable=false in the context block in server.xml file, u need to restart tomcat to notice the changes made to the servlet. If u dont want to restart everytime, set the reloadable parameter to true.
 
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Also you should investigate the Mangement functions which allow you to start stop etc. any application. Your Tomcat installation has the docs on line.
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