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Re: [jetty-users] Jetty 8.1.14 Regenerating JSPs after server restart


development=true should be enough.  I suggest you turn on debugging
(jasper uses java util logging, so enable logging at the finest level
for org.apache.jasper) and see if that helps. The other thing to check
is to make sure that the timestamps on the .jsp files are not being
updated so they are indeed more recent than the .class files. In fact,
make sure that the .class files aren't being deleted during the


On 24 June 2014 15:26, Andy Stoneberg <stonebaj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I am noticing an issue where JSP pages are getting completely regenerated
> following a server restart (I am using an Eclipse Plug-in Project - so its
> an Equinox/OSGi application).
> I have found this page that lists various configuration properties:
> In debugging, I do see that we have development = 'true', but that should
> only have it check for a 'possible' recompilation.  I am seeing it always
> recompiles.  What are the criteria around whether or not to compile?  Can
> someone help me with what configuration parameters I should be using?
> Thanks!
> Andy
> p.s. I was trying to post this message via the forum, but kept getting a
> mailer-daemon error saying I am not subscribed - even though I am...sorry
> for the spam that may have caused...
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Jan Bartel <janb@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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