Jrebel doest pickup XSL changes in a jar.

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  • #64053

    Amar A
    Member

    Hi Rebel Team,

    I have a situation where my project is containing a ear with multiple jars and a war. for war jrebel is working good. but I have some XSL and properties files in a jar file. I am having trouble when changing any xsl files or properties files in jar, jrebel doesnt pick up the changed files but java file change is working. please help.

    JRebel version: 7.0.5 and using JBossDeveloperStudio.

    your solution is much appreciated, Thanks!

    my rebel.xml for the jar is as below:

    <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
    <application xmlns:xsi=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance” xmlns=”http://www.zeroturnaround.com” xsi:schemaLocation=”http://www.zeroturnaround.com http://www.zeroturnaround.com/alderaan/rebel-2_0.xsd“&gt;

    <classpath>
    <dir name=”workspacepath/classes”>
    </dir>
    </classpath>

    </application>

    #64059

    Valerie Avramenko
    Rebel Staff

    Hello Amar!

    In this case there might be some caching done for your XSL files, that’s why JRebel doesn’t see those changes. Could you please tell us what framework do you use for the XSL transformations?

    Kind regards,
    Valerie

    #64061

    Amar A
    Member

    Hi Valerie,

    Thanks for the response.

    we use the javax API for the XSL Transformation.
    and I tried all ways in rebel config but it would not get the changes.

    and XSL files are in a jar inside an ear.

    thanks.

    #64089

    Valerie Avramenko
    Rebel Staff

    Hello Amar!

    If you are sure there are no caching for XLS transformators or else, then indeed there might be a bug on our side. Could you please send your trace level jrebel.log file to support@zeroturnaround.com with the link to this forum topic? To generate it just add -Drebel.log=trace to your VM arguments, restart your server and try to change your XLS files (please also mention full path to them). This should hopefully give us a full context on what went wrong when reloading those :)

    Kind regards,
    Valerie

    #65470

    Amar A
    Member

    Hi Valerie,

    I have sent a detailed email with log statements after changing anything in XSL.
    Kindly go through the log and let me know your inputs on why the XSL changes are not picking up by JRebel.
    I see some statements in log saying “rejected by jrebel”.

    Thanks,
    Amar.

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