Make changes to SrcipAction

I wrote a ScriptAction and it appears to function fine, then I made some
changes to it, but my changes are not reflected at all! Instead, the old
scrip is still running. I’m so puzzled by this. The old scrip doesn’t
even exist anymore, what is going on? Do I have to insert the modified
scrip to the database again? What happens every time a scrip’s condition
is met? Doesn’t rt execute the ScripAction in rt2/lib/RT/Action? How
should I modify an exsisting ScriptAction?

love,

Cat.

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I wrote a ScriptAction and it appears to function fine, then I made some
changes to it, but my changes are not reflected at all! Instead, the old
scrip is still running. I’m so puzzled by this. The old scrip doesn’t
even exist anymore, what is going on? Do I have to insert the modified
scrip to the database again? What happens every time a scrip’s condition
is met? Doesn’t rt execute the ScripAction in rt2/lib/RT/Action? How
should I modify an exsisting ScriptAction?

A very new user is going to make a stab and suggest that you restart your
web server. From my reading of the documents mod_perl and friends maybe
keeping a copy of the older version in memory.

Rod
"Open Source Software - Sometimes you get more than you paid for…"

From perhaps an even newer user…

apachectl graceful did not work for rereading the config.pm file (or
whatever its called – it was a month ago).

apachectl restart did

So, I think you’re right.

Bill

At 08:53 PM 8/7/2002, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:>On Thu, 13 Jun 2002, Yang Liu wrote:

I wrote a ScriptAction and it appears to function fine, then I made some
changes to it, but my changes are not reflected at all! Instead, the old
scrip is still running. I’m so puzzled by this. The old scrip doesn’t
even exist anymore, what is going on? Do I have to insert the modified
scrip to the database again? What happens every time a scrip’s condition
is met? Doesn’t rt execute the ScripAction in rt2/lib/RT/Action? How
should I modify an exsisting ScriptAction?

A very new user is going to make a stab and suggest that you restart your
web server. From my reading of the documents mod_perl and friends maybe
keeping a copy of the older version in memory.