In Jawr, you have 2 modes : Debug mode and Production mode
In the Production mode, the bundles are created at server startup and will not be reloaded except if the configuration file is changed.
In the debug mode, Jawr doesn't use the bundles generated at the server startup, but use the original bundle part.
In your case, it seems that you want to regenerate your bundles after the server startup.
You have 3 options :
- You can also use the refresh key functionnality using the jawr.config.reload.refreshKey parameter (Please check the configuration descriptor
- Modifiy the configuration file (for instance, add an empty character somewhere), this will force Jawr to recreate the bundle
so you could modify you would like the bundles to be regenerated
- If you use JMX, you can launch the operation of reloading the configuration file and recreating the bundles. Please check the following link for more detail : https://jawr.java.net/docs/jmx_support.html)