Hey Mike

Maybe the context is marked reloadable="false" in the server.xml file.

Here is an example of a line in one my server.xml files:

<Context path="/beesharp" reloadable="false"

Here is a link to the Tomcat docs. They should be similar to WAS.


Thanx, PLA

On 1/25/07, Mike Burdette <Mike.Burdette@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi all:

We have a web app deployed in WAS 5.1. I need to add a servlet to the app.
(This is a web facing application.) Instead of rebuilding the war file, I
just placed the servlet class file in the WEB-INF/classes/<package name>
folder and modified the web.xml to add the <servlet> and <servlet-mapping>
information. However, the app never seems to recognize this new servlet.
We get a 404 page when it is called and there is no mention of it at all
in the SystemOut.log. I have even taken the web.xml from another system
with the same web app and replaced the old web.xml with it. The webfaced
app runs fine, but my new servlet is still not being found. I can tell
this by going in to the Admin Console and looking at the deployment
descriptor The servlet is not shown.

Any ideas what may be going on?

thanks in advance,

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