|Re: Editing JSP requires Tomcat restart [message #511696 is a reply to message #511565]
||Tue, 02 February 2010 10:00
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
Sarika Sinha wrote:|
> This can happen if the Server properties are set in auto publish mode.
> You can right click on server instance and open to verify if the "Auto
> Publish" is on? If it's on you can switch this off. This will stop the
> auto publishing after each change in jsp. Only when you say run on
> server it will be published.
Changing just a JSP should not cause the Tomcat server to request a
restart, auto publish or not. It it does, it implies something else is
getting re-published along with the JSP, which may be unnecessary if
only the JSP changed. An effort has been made to avoid such
"re-publishes", when possible. As far as I know, all such
"re-publishes" have been addressed and fixed. However, if you are
seeing this behavior in the latest WTP, then we may have a bug. There
could be a new "re-publish" we need to address or an old "re-publish"
that inadvertently got un-fixed. To address, we would need to track
down exactly what it is in the projects involved that is triggering the
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