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How to configure JBoss for hot deployment.

 
kittu murthy
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Hi,

I am new to Jboss.

Can any one help me for configuring hot deployment for jboss ? i.e if I made any changes to Java files I want to deploy those files with out restarting the jboss server

Currently am use eclipse and jboss 4.2 project is related to ejb 3 ,soap,jpa

Thanks& Regards,

MeetKittu.
 
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Changes to Java class files require redeployment of the application and doesn't require a server restart. See if these help:

http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ExplodedDeployment
http://community.jboss.org/wiki/RedeployAnApplicationWhenChangeAFileInAnExplodedDeploymentDirectory

If you are deploying your application as an archive then just replace the archive with the new one, in the deploy folder and it will be redeployed.
 
kittu murthy
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Thanks Jaikiran.

I have one more question.

How can I deploy a single java file in a project without manually compiling whole project when there are any changes, I mean is there any eclipse plug-in available or some thing else ?
 
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Please do not ask the same question in multiple posts. Doing so causes the conversation to become splintered.
http://www.coderanch.com/t/536409/JBoss/deploy-single-java-file-project#2433709
 
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