originally posted by Chintan:
If you are using RAD and have installed WebSphere Application Server Test Environment, you can create a server instance within RAD. To do this, all you need to do is right click your EAR file in J2EE perspective and choose "Run on Server."
restart the project within the server and see your changes (e.g. properties file changes or some server side code changes)
I think that I understand it now. Anytime I update my entire application from the version control repository, I should restart the server
Your concern: I have seen people using WAS and WSAD. I think that they did some kind of configuration. If they modify the Java class code, they do not have to re-build or re-deploy the application. They are able to run and display the application the reflects the changes made
Daniel's concern: What I am trying to say is my current work concentrates on using the web server only. Therefore, I wish to do some more configuration to AutoDeploy