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I'm using JBuilder and the problem I'm having is if I use the debugger I always have to restart the server before debugging again, occasionally it's necessary to restart before running anything again. Is there way to avoid this frequent restart of the server?
 
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Hi, Perry!
Please describe your problem in details. Why do you need to restart you app. server to run your application for debugging again?
Regards, Volodymyr Shram.
 
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I'm having the same problem. There could be many problems if I don't restart my JBoss after a recompilation and redeploy. First, I might get a ClassCastException when my struts classes calls the home interface of my EJB, etc.

Second, sometimes I got error like this:


I suspect that somehow the app server and the web server think that they are not using the same version of source codes even though they are.

Any solution would be very much appreciated. This restarting thing is robbing me of my time.

Originally posted by Volodymyr Shram:
Hi, Perry!

Please describe your problem in details. Why do you need to restart you app. server to run your application for debugging again?

Regards, Volodymyr Shram.


[ April 13, 2005: Message edited by: Ken Loh ]
 
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