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How can I deploy a single java file in a project without manually compiling whole project.

 
kittu murthy
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Hi,

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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Peter Johnson
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The JBoss Tools plugin should be doing this already - it should be copying in only new/updated files.

In a non-development environment, you can sometimes accomplish this by using an exploded deployment directory. Then you can copy in the new file and touch the web.xml to redeploy.

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