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Question about JBoss 4.0 server

Linda Smith
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Joined: Aug 02, 2007
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I have re-start JBoss 4.0 server in order to see simple changes in jsp files every time.

Is this normal? or anybody can suggest me a free server that I can use to practise my EJB 2.0?


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Jaikiran Pai
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You dont have to restart the server on jsp changes. Deploy your war as a exploded archive. Any changes to the jsps in this war will then be picked up without having to restart the server.


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