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Hot Deployment of Code from Eclipse to Tomcat

 
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Hi,

I am working on an application where the code is compiled using ant scripts which are getting called from a .bat file and the code files are compiled to a jar which is deployed on the tomcat server. Every time there is a change in my code i need to shut down my server and recompile the code using ant scripts and then the code is compiled to a jar which gets copied into the libraries of the tomcat server.

I want to ease out the process by configuring Hot Deployment in Eclipse such that every time there is a code change the code compilation and deployment on to Tomcat server happens automatically rather than my mechanically calling the build scripts from a bat file .

Can someone guide me as to how i can attempt Hot Deployment in Eclipse where the code compilation will automatically deploy the new jar file on Tomcat server.

Any help appreciated.

Regards,
Ragini
 
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