Catherine Curti Absent Member.
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Force Reload JSP report?

I'm working on a new time report and I've got it working ok, but in order to get PPM to register any changes I have to restart the server. I've tried clearning the working directory, recompiling the JSPs, and I've set the JSP_RECOMPILE_
ENABLE parameter in the server.config to true. It won't let me clear the tmp directory while its running so I'm guessing it may be in there somewhere. Nothing seems to help. Is there any way to get PPM to reload a JSP file without bouncing the server?

Running PPM 8.01 on Windows
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Contributor.. Sascha Mohr Contributor..
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Re: Force Reload JSP report?

There is a server.conf parameter:
com.kintana.core.server.JSP_RECOMPILE_ENABLED=true

Unfortunately in does not work on our DEV instance and that one is 8.0.1 on Windows too 😞
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Vibhor Dwivedi Absent Member.
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Re: Force Reload JSP report?

If you want to compile the JSP.There is a way(not a good practice).Change the name of JSP on server and change the same in report type.Next time you will run the report it will pick up new JSP file..

Not sure if it is the same thing you are asking.
Contributor.. Sascha Mohr Contributor..
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Re: Force Reload JSP report?

We do the same as Vibhor explained. Doing so on a DEV instance is OK I think.
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