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Can we post Java file and XML/Config changes without restarting Websphere 7

 
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Hi All,

Can we post change Java file change to websphere 7 without restartting the server?

We are using RAD(Rational Application Developer) as IDE to start and stop the server.

Is Publishing feature in RAD same as what I am expecting?

I Cant use JRebel.

Thanks in Advance

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The app has to restart to pick up on the changes. You can definitely restart the application instead of the whole server.

In theory, you can have WebSphere/RAD automatically pick up the changes. I've found this to be unreliable in practice.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:The app has to restart to pick up on the changes. You can definitely restart the application instead of the whole server.

In theory, you can have WebSphere/RAD automatically pick up the changes. I've found this to be unreliable in practice.



I didnt get your point Boyarsky, how to restarting the application and restarting server will differ?

If they are different how to restart an application from RAD or from console?
 
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Restarting the application is faster than restarting the server. In RAD, when you go to the server view, there is an option to undeploy/restart just one application.
 
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