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Running jsp with Weblogic 7.0

  Asked By: Gerritt    Date: Jan 16    Category: Java    Views: 2287

I was going through examples in "Core-Servlets-and-JSP.pdf".
I was trying to run a jsp page which refers a Bean class.

Now my problem is that I have to restart the server everytime when I
change the Bean class or add any new classes to my package.
I would like to know is there any specific folders where we should
keep the class files.
My class files are in a package coreservlets and it is put in a jar
called study.jar .
The study.jar is in the class path.
But while going through the book, I add more class files to the jar
and I am forced to restart the server.
Is there any solution so that my new classes are included in the
weblogic, without restarting the server.

My .jsp files are in
D:\bea\user_projects\mydomain\applications\DefaultWebApp\jsp2 folder

The WebLogic manual states that "The class should be available in the
CLASSPATH used to start WebLogic Server,
or in the WEB-INF/classes directory of the Web Application containing
the JSP".
I had put the new java class files in
INF\classes folder.
But still the error occurs while I try to access the page.
Can any one provide solution to this



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