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Reloading if Beans or Normal classes.

 
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Hi Guys,
We are using iPlanet Webserver 4.1 sp 7 on AIX.
If I change my class, then I have to restart my server to get new effect.
Can anybady tells me how can we reload normal classes or beans in this server?
Thanks in advance
Nishit
 
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By default, for performance reasons, dynamic servlet and EJB reloading is disabled in the application server. To enable follow the instructions given at the URL:
http://developer.iplanet.com/appserver/samples/docs/getting-started.html#dynamic-reload
Hope that helps.
Faisal
 
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Thanks for your reply. But my problem is " I need to reload my normal classes which I am using in my servlet". For eg. I am using one bean in my servlet. If i change my servlet, it's working fine. But if i change that bean it will not reload until I restart the server.
Nishit

Originally posted by faisal mahmood:

By default, for performance reasons, dynamic servlet and EJB reloading is disabled in the application server. To enable follow the instructions given at the URL:
http://developer.iplanet.com/appserver/samples/docs/getting-started.html#dynamic-reload
Hope that helps.
Faisal


 
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Are you deploying as a war file or just files floating in a directory. I think new war file may solve the problem.
Let us know.
Faisal
 
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