Hi Formspider team! If I rewrite my css file, changes don't take effect and I have to save my css with another name and place this name into Custom CSS input box. I suppose it's improper way to do it. Can anybody suggest me a right method?

asked 26 Feb '16, 07:48

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We had the same issue in our Weblogic deployment and it seemed the change wasn't being picked up by weblogic server, I've not seen the issue with the supplied Tomcat webserver... whats your environment?

Our DBA's got round the issue by writing a script to "refresh" regularly... not really an issue as our test/UAT/production servers don't change that often

Not sure if this is a FS issue or a problem with weblogic


answered 26 Feb '16, 08:54

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Just had a quick chat with our DBA's and can confirm this is (for us anyway) a weblogic/managed service issue and not an issue with the FS deployment

In the weblogic 'Managed Server' Deployment configuration we have the following set to get round the issue:

a. Servlet Reload Check (in seconds): set to 60

b. Resource Reload Check (in seconds): set to 60

c. JSP Page Check (in seconds): set to 60

(26 Feb '16, 09:08) apacheuk

Thanks for your response, Simon. Our http server is apache-tomcat-6.0.29. We were trying to reload Tomcat by Tomcat Web Application Manager, but my new css file wasn't being picked up. Regards.


answered 29 Feb '16, 06:02

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