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    Default changes made to JSP or servlets

    how the changes made to JSP or servlets can be seen automatically on browser without restarting the server(say Tomcat)???

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    Default Re: changes made to JSP or servlets

    I don't really understand what the question is. How you can deploy a war without restarting? Or how can you update a browser upon deployment?

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    Default Re: changes made to JSP or servlets

    Just goto tomcat manager there you have option to restart the webaplication or you can stop the application and start it again. This is an alternate way to reflect the changes in webapplication without restarting the server. I think you are looking for this ans.

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