Directories under .wlnotdelete in Weblogic
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Posted By:   Pavel_Bernshtam
Posted On:   Tuesday, March 12, 2002 08:44 AM

When Weblogic compiles JSPs from WAR it put them to directory like DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeleteWEB-INF\_tmp_war_myserver_myserver_app But for relatively large j2ee applications like Petshop, Weblogic creates directory like DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeletewlap27251 with copy of all J2ee application and compiles JSP to DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeletewlap27251WEB-INF\_tmp_war_myserver_myserver_app The questions are: 1) How can I predict whether directory will be created? 2) How can I predict its name? 3) When I change something in EJB (for example in petstore EJBs), server does not see my change untill I restart server. It is because it takes it fr   More>>

When Weblogic compiles JSPs from WAR it put them to directory like
DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeleteWEB-INF\_tmp_war_myserver_myserver_app


But for relatively large j2ee applications like Petshop, Weblogic creates directory like

DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeletewlap27251 with copy of all J2ee application and compiles JSP to

DOMAINapplications.wlnotdeletewlap27251WEB-INF\_tmp_war_myserver_myserver_app


The questions are:

1) How can I predict whether directory will be created?

2) How can I predict its name?

3) When I change something in EJB (for example in petstore EJBs), server does not see my change untill I restart server.
It is because it takes it from the same directory! Why it does nit redeploy EJB automatically when running NOT in production mode?


Thanx!

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