Tomcat 5.0.27 and IDEA 4.5.1 - Webapp is reloaded every time I build it.

Hi,

I have reloadable="false" in the ]]> element of tomcat config. Whenever I do a CtrlF9 the web is reloaded even if there are no changes? If I press CtrlF9 twice without making any changes , the webapp is re-loaded both times.

How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is re-loading...

Thanks,
--Venkat.


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I see this same behavior. It does not happen in Tomcat 4.1.30. In TC
4, I can reload the application and it will load the changed classes and
I can continue with my current session data. With Tomcat 5.0.27, the
context is reloaded and I lose all my session data. Kind of makes that
feature useless.

Venkat Sonnathi wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I have reloadable="false" in the ]]> element of tomcat config. Whenever I do a CtrlF9 the web is reloaded even if there are no changes? If I press CtrlF9 twice without making any changes , the webapp is re-loaded both times.
>
>How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is re-loading...
>
>Thanks,
>--Venkat.
>
>

>

--

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer

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We¹ve complained about this for ever. Not sure why this was never fixed.
It was marked as fixed, but then it¹s not. This completely negates the use
of HotSpot, instead of reloading a couple of classes everything gets
reloaded all the time.

Lame.

R


On 8/20/04 2:15 PM, in article 41263FC3.3020802@spam.com, "Norris Shelton"
<no_reply@spam.com> wrote:

I see this same behavior. It does not happen in Tomcat 4.1.30. In TC 4, I
can reload the application and it will load the changed classes and I can
continue with my current session data. With Tomcat 5.0.27, the context is
reloaded and I lose all my session data. Kind of makes that feature useless.

Venkat Sonnathi wrote:

>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have reloadable="false" in the element of tomcat config. Whenever >> I do a Ctrl+F9 the web is reloaded even if there are no changes? If I press >> Ctrl+F9 twice without making any changes , the webapp is re-loaded both >> times. >> >> How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is >> re-loading... >> >> Thanks, >> --Venkat. >> >> >>]]>


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Hi,

I had a fresh install of IDEA and it seemed to clobber my "Deploy after compilation" setting under Compiler settings and it was reset to "always" and hence every time I compile it was deploying and that was triggering the webapp to restart.

Thanks,
--Venkat.

Hi,

I have reloadable="false" in the <Context> element of tomcat config.
Whenever I do a Ctrl+F9 the web is reloaded even if there are no
changes? If I press Ctrl+F9 twice without making any changes , the
webapp is re-loaded both times.

How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is
re-loading...

Thanks,
--Venkat.


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Hello Robert,

I got the HotSwapping feature working if I turn off the "Deploy after compilation" option under "Compiler settings". I think the "Deploy after compliation" option should be under J2EE Build setting for the respective module. I have opened up an SCR for that.

Just my 2 cents.

Thanks,
--Venkat.

We¹ve complained about this for ever. Not sure why this was never
fixed. It was marked as fixed, but then it¹s not. This completely
negates the use of HotSpot, instead of reloading a couple of classes
everything gets reloaded all the time.

Lame.

R

On 8/20/04 2:15 PM, in article 41263FC3.3020802@spam.com, "Norris
Shelton" <no_reply@spam.com> wrote:

>> I see this same behavior. It does not happen in Tomcat 4.1.30. In
>> TC 4, I can reload the application and it will load the changed
>> classes and I can continue with my current session data. With Tomcat
>> 5.0.27, the context is reloaded and I lose all my session data. Kind
>> of makes that feature useless.
>>
>> Venkat Sonnathi wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I have reloadable="false" in the element of tomcat config. >>> Whenever I do a Ctrl+F9 the web is reloaded even if there are no >>> changes? If I press Ctrl+F9 twice without making any changes , the >>> webapp is re-loaded both times. >>> >>> How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is >>> re-loading... >>> >>> Thanks, >>>]]> --Venkat.

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Thanks will give that a shot and see what happens. Hopefully that's it.

R


On 8/21/04 11:52 AM, in article cg7r2v$jr4$1@is.intellij.net, "Venkat
Sonnathi" <vsonnath@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello Robert,

I got the HotSwapping feature working if I turn off the "Deploy after
compilation" option under "Compiler settings". I think the "Deploy after
compliation" option should be under J2EE Build setting for the respective
module. I have opened up an SCR for that.

Just my 2 cents.

Thanks,
--Venkat.

>> We¹ve complained about this for ever. Not sure why this was never
>> fixed. It was marked as fixed, but then it¹s not. This completely
>> negates the use of HotSpot, instead of reloading a couple of classes
>> everything gets reloaded all the time.
>>
>> Lame.
>>
>> R
>>
>> On 8/20/04 2:15 PM, in article 41263FC3.3020802@spam.com, "Norris
>> Shelton" wrote: >> >>> I see this same behavior. It does not happen in Tomcat 4.1.30. In >>> TC 4, I can reload the application and it will load the changed >>> classes and I can continue with my current session data. With Tomcat >>> 5.0.27, the context is reloaded and I lose all my session data. Kind >>> of makes that feature useless. >>> >>> Venkat Sonnathi wrote: >>> >>>> Hi, >>>> >>>> I have reloadable="false" in the element of tomcat config. >>>> Whenever I do a Ctrl+F9 the web is reloaded even if there are no >>>> changes? If I press Ctrl+F9 twice without making any changes , the >>>> webapp is re-loaded both times. >>>> >>>> How can I avoid this? Even for a simple JSP change the web app is >>>> re-loading... >>>> >>>> Thanks, >>>>]]> --Venkat.


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