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Jack J. Jackson
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Is there a way to configure Tomcat 5.0.x to allow hot deployment of individual files that change rather than redeploying the entire WAR?

For instance, when I run into a problem with a JSP, I'd like to fix that JSP and deploy only that changed file to wherever I need to so tomcat will recompile the JSP and use it the next time I request that page.

Same for a Java file. I'd like to signal to Tomcat's classloader that the class files it previously loaded need to be discarded and reloaded.

Thx.
 
Ben Souther
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You could always write your own classloader.
Other than that, I think only JSPs can be reloaded individually.
Everything else is App-Wide.
 
saikrishna cinux
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but why only jsp pages are reloaded each time when i change something in the jsp and save it .
why not a class file(servlet) even after recompiling the same class file???
is there any other way like hot deployment in tomcat4.0 or tomcat 5.0 ?

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