Riccardo has it right - the easiest way to do this is to simply have a 
resin.xml for each webapp - and then just start resin using the 
resin.xml that is configured for the app you want to run.



On 01/04/2013 07:31 AM, Rick Mann wrote:
> On Jan 4, 2013, at 0:53 , Riccardo Cohen<r.co...@realty-property.com>  wrote:
>
>> then
>> you don't have to restart resin each time you want to change the
>> application.
> I actually deliberately restart resin quite frequently. It doesn't pick up 
> certain changes just reloading the class (for example, a Spring @Controller 
> reload won't cause Spring to notice a new handler mapping). Add to that a 
> persistent leak that causes resin to gobble up memory after a few app 
> reloads, and it's best (for me) to restart resin frequently.
>
> Which is, more or less, orthogonal to easily switching configurations.
>


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