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how can i change jar files without restarting Weblogic 5.1

 
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Hi All
I m working with Weblogic 5.1.In its startWeblogic batch file i point the POST_CLASSPATH to a jar file.Now whenever i modify the jar file i require to restart the WL server. Is there nyway to avoid this step??? My main priority is to avoid restarting weblogic.
Actually my pages use some java classes.Those classes i put into a jar file and point the POST_CLASSPATH(WL) to the jar file.
Any suggestion is most welcome...in advance THANKS....
-Sunil
 
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Hi Sunil
Anything that is in the Weblogic Classpath needs a restart . However if you try to deploy the library within your application you need to redeploy the application for the new changes to take affect.
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Originally posted by Rahul Mahindrakar:
Hi Sunil
Anything that is in the Weblogic Classpath needs a restart . However if you try to deploy the library within your application you need to redeploy the application for the new changes to take affect.
Br
Rahul


Hi Rahul
Thanks a lot for ur reply. I v not clear with ur suggestion. I tell u wat i m doing currently..
My weblogic root path is : /weblogic/myserver/v5webapps/mywebapp/
under mywebapp i v my working folder(CPT) and WEB-INF also.In CPT i v my one "lib" folder where i m keeping my jar files(that contains only java classes, these classes are mainly used for serviceing JSP page). In weblogic startWeblogic.sh file, i set POST_CLASSPATH to /CPT/lib/cpt.jar;
So whenever i modified my jar file i require to restart the WL server.It's correct. Also I put my jar file inside WEB-INF/lib folder, even it didnt work.
Here i want to remind u that i m working with WL 5.1.
How could i solve this problem....is there any other way to resolve it..??
Once again thanks for ur suggestion....i'll forward ur reply
With regards
Sunil
 
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Hi Sunil
Checked up the 5.1 documentation and found this doc
http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/techdeploy/hotdeploy.html
I am not sure if the Hot Deploy option redeploys .jar files in the lib of you web application. You will need to dig further in documentation.
Its been such a long time that I have worked on 5.1 that I seem to have forgotton how it worked!!
Any how do get back if you want any suggestions
 
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