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Problem when code changes!!!

 
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Hi All

I am using JBoss from quite some time. I have made a web application which runs perfectly. Now, my problem is that every time when I make even a small change to my code, then that change does not take effect in the web application automatically (even after refreshing). I just have to redeploy the application on server & sometimes even that does not help & I have to restart the server. Then it works fine till some changes to code are not made.

Is this a problem with JBoss or some other problem? And is there a way that changes take effect without redploying the application? (there are no errors or exceptions)

Thanks in advance!!!
 
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Changes to java files will not be picked up until you redeploy your application. However changes to jsp files will be picked up even if you do not redeploy your application. For this, you will have to deploy your application in exploded format
 
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Thanks Mr. Pai for your reply. I face this problem often because I use webwork here & build a lot action classes or java files. But help by others will be totally appreciated.
 
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