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Eclipse, Tomcat and Hot Code Replace

Lin Sheng
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I use jdk 1.4.1, eclipse 3M7, tomcat 4.1 and sysdeo tomcat plugin to develop Servlet programs. I want to know if this configuration supports Hot Code Replace. Please help me.
Matthew Phillips
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Ilja Preuss
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Yes, it does.


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Lin Sheng
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Joined: Feb 16, 2004
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Originally posted by Matthew Phillips:
Little Pig,
We don't have many rules at Javaranch, but our display name policy is one of them. We would like for you to continue posting here, but will you please bring your display name into compliance first? Thanks.
You can change your display name here.

Matthew Phillips:
Sorry, I didn't read display name policy when I registered. I have already changed my display name. It's my real name. Sorry for my fault.
Matthew Phillips
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Thank you for changing it.
Lin Sheng
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Joined: Feb 16, 2004
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Ilja Preuss:
Thanks for your answer.
But when I start tomcat, if I rebuild the project, tomcat will be shutdown. I think there may be something wrong with my configuration. But I don't know where. Is there anything must be configured in eclipse?
 
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