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Re: [wtp-dev] Why Do I Need to Explicitly Publish for Tomcat To Pick Up Edited JSPs?


I had the same reaction to RC2. It worked well for JSPs.

Arthur Ryman,
IBM Software Group, Rational Division

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Rob Sanheim <rsanheim@xxxxxxxxx>
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12/11/2005 11:05 PM

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Re: [wtp-dev] Why Do I Need to Explicitly Publish for Tomcat To Pick        Up Edited JSPs?

On 12/7/05, Timothy Deboer <deboer@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Rob,
> Sorry for the delay in replying. There were several issues here that existed in 0.7 but weren't exposed until .deployables was removed and the servers had to handle their own publishing and delta calculations. I've fixed a number of bugs in this area for RC2, including 112363 (see comments in the bug). There is still one known blocking issue that we're investigating (119769 - modification changes not detected for non-Java resources in Java output) but we've done a lot of testing, and initial feedback on a couple of the fixes has been good. I'm sorry to hear that you've started using MyEclipse, and I'd apprecaite it if you can still provide feedback on RC2 or 1.0 and give us another chance.
> Thanks,
> Tim deBoer
>  WebSphere Tools - IBM Canada Ltd.
>  (905) 413-3503  (tieline 969)
>  deboer@xxxxxxxxxx

Hi Tim:

I just grabbed RC2 and did some quick tests with republishing, and so
far it looks good.  Thanks a lot for your work on this.  I'm going to
try importing some of my MyEclipse projects and see how they work out.

- Rob
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