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PPM support tip: Compiling JSP Files at Runtime in PPM 9.3

Compiling JSP Files at Runtime in PPM 9.3:

If you have made changes to JSP files and want to make modified JSP files reloadable at runtime, do the following:

1. Back up your server.conf file, which is located in the <PPM_Home> directory.

2. Run the kStop.sh script to stop the PPM Server:

sh ./kStop.sh

3. Open the server.conf file in a text editor, and set com.kintana.core.server.JSP_RECOMPILE_ENABLED to true.

4. Specify folders to exclude when compiling the modified JSP files with the parameter JSP_COMPILE_EXCLUDE_FOLDERS (Added in PPM 9.30). The default value of this parameter is: web/knta/rpt;web/knta/test

For example if it is not set it will have the default value:

com.kintana.core.server.JSP_COMPILE_EXCLUDE_FOLDERS=web/knta/rpt;web/knta/test

But the default value may not fit your needs and in this case the value of this parameter should be changed/the parameter should be set manually.

For example: com.kintana.core.server.JSP_COMPILE_EXCLUDE_FOLDERS=web/knta/rpt;web/
or to something else.

5. Save the server.conf file.

6. To regenerate the server.conf file and propagate the changes, run the kUpdateHtml.sh script from the <PPM_Home>\bin directory.

7. Run the kStart.sh script to restart the PPM Server.

sh ./kStart.sh

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