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[wtp-dev] Hotdeployment on Tomcat restarts Server
- From: "Remo Liechti" <remo.liechti@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 10:41:35 +0100
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- Thread-topic: Hotdeployment on Tomcat restarts Server
When my WebProject is changed(JSP pages or java classes), those changes should automatically be deployed to Tomcat. Therefore, Tomcat has to be started in DEBUG mode.
If I change a JSP page, it is hot deployed to Tomcat and gets replaced. I refresh the page in my Browser and I see the changes.
Now I change a Java class. It is getting hot deployed to Tomcat as well. But after some delay, Tomcat restarts.
In the meantime(I mean, between the class is deployed and tomcat restarts) I can refresh my page and I see the changed System.out.println on the tomcat console. But then Tomcat restarts.
That's not a way how I can work with.
Do you know how to tell Tomcat not to restart?
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