this is a complex answer that *probably* only the Tomcat devs can answer of 
someone knowledgable about the JVM and class loaders, so don't expect too many 
users to answer. 

i believe from my limited knowledge that you cannot reload single classes in a 
tomcat web application as a whole class loader is associated with a web 
application. i believe the problem is more to do with the JVM although I 
*believe* WebLogic manages it. perhaps if a dev has time to explain they will.

Allistair.

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> can somone give me an information?
> I want to know if it is possible to past and load classes into 
> web-inf/classes path without beeing forced to reload the 
> whole webapp ?
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