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Hi,
Is anyone tried creating the custom class loader for JBoss.

I was thinking if i able to load all the class through custom class loader i can load the newly compiled file or compile the java file that got modified and load it using the custom class loader.

Although i am not quite comfortable with class loader, i just want to give it a try.
 
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Just curious - Are you trying this out of your own interest? And are you planning to use this in production. I would strongly recommend not to do this in production. As for using something like this in development, there's JavaRebel which uses a javaagent to achieve this stuff.

Around a couple of months back, we had a product promo for JavaRebel in our IDE forum. You can look search that forum for related topics. For example this one.
 
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Just for development. And thanks for the information.
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