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Hot deploy of Java Classes on Weblogic 9.1

 
Srikanth Nittala
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Hi,

Is there a way to 'hot' deploy normal java classes on Weblogic server ( i am currently using 9.1) like the EJBs.
I am having trouble wasting time to restart my server after putting a debug statement in my java file.

I have been using eclipse in the debug option, but that has become too slow as my application is too large and my system memory is only 1 GB. I tried to increase the heap size but that did not help.

Please let me know a way to get over this problem.

Deperately,
Bunty
 
Shekar Atmakur
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Do an Exploded Archive Deployment of your application
 
Srikanth Nittala
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Thanks Shekhar!
 
Shrikant Dhanawade
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Srikanth,

Did it work with the exploded application deployment? I do not think it works. I have an application which we deploy with exploded version.
Even if we copy modified class files to respective location, it does not get reflected without restart.

Not sure, but it seems its related to caching of those class files in weblogic cache directory.

Cheers,
Shri
 
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Shrikant Dhanawade wrote:Srikanth,

Did it work with the exploded application deployment? I do not think it works. I have an application which we deploy with exploded version.
Even if we copy modified class files to respective location, it does not get reflected without restart.

Not sure, but it seems its related to caching of those class files in weblogic cache directory.

Cheers,
Shri


I appreciate your response but did you notice that this thread is around 3 years old ? It is a zombie thread so please try not to wake it

Thanks
 
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