|Re: Tomcat Silent Deploy [message #211201 is a reply to message #211178]
||Thu, 27 March 2008 20:51
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
Mohsen Saboorian wrote:|
> I used to change my non-Java files (.jsp, .js, .css) and it was silently
> deployed to tomcat working directory (when tomcat was running) without any
> need to restart. But it's some time that when I change even a single .js
> file, the whole application is restarted and causes problems.
> What should I do to have Eclipse copy non-Java files silently to tomcat
> working directory?
If you are asking what triggers Tomcat to reload a web application, you
might have better luck asking on the Tomcat Users mailing list. As far
as I know, static content typically should not do so. It is also
possible that something is being published in addition to your change
that is triggering the reload. However, there isn't enough detail here
to do much speculation beyond that.
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