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Weblogic 10 and JSF Hot Deploy

Jose Huizar
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Joined: Nov 21, 2007
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Hi to everyone out there in the ranch!

I really need your help. We've been developing an application using JSF(Myfaces) and RichFaces. The project is also built with maven. Sadly, the development process is being very slow due to the time that the deployment process is taking. We're developing using Eclipse and MyEclipse. The application server is Weblogic 10. Right now we're deploying the application as an EAR exploded and the WAR with the web application is also exploded into it. The output folder for eclipse is pointed to the classes folder of the WEB-INF of the web application. Whenever we change a xhtml file, this is copied by myeclipse to the exploded war and weblogic reloads it succesfully. The sad part is that when we change a java file, the .class is copied by myeclipse to the exploded war but weblogic notice then change and tries to reload the application with no success and throws the following exception



Is there any configuration for Weblogic 10 to allow hot code replacement??

In tomcat 6 we're able to do this the same way. Thanks in advance for your help.
Tim Holloway
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There's a forum dedicated to WebLogic-specific questions. You should have asked there. That way more of the people in the forum would be familiar with the internals of WebLogic.


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