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WSAD5 problem

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Need your help!! Whenever i change the code in the servlets in the web project.. i need to rebuild the whole project for the changes to reflect.. is there anyway i can just recompile the servlet only.. cause it takes like 15 minutes for the project to recompile.. which is a real pain as it eats up a lot of time..
thanks in advance!
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You can't just recompile one class. But you can turn off some of the validations (HTML, XML.) This should speed things up a little. Also, consider having less code in your servlet. It can delegate to code in another project.
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This sounds like the bug I noticed in V 5.0.0
When I installed ptf001 the version goes to 5.0.2 and it solved my problem. Changes were not being reflected to the compiler for anything beit java source or JSP's, you could fix an error, hit save, but you would still see the old error being displayed. UNTIL you hit rebuild project.
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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