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compiling jsp/java class in myeclipse

 
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I am using my eclipse with weblogic.
To compile and deploy my changes I use ant ,this compiles and deploys the entire application therefore takes considerable amount of time.
how do i compile a single jsp or a java class in myeclipse to save my time.

thanks in advance.
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1. If you have made changes to a JSP, then you need not redeploy the entire app. Write an ant-target for just copying JSPs to the deployment folder directly and weblogic will compile the JSP and load it up when you hit the page. No need to restart server even.

2. For changes to servlet or entity beans - look at hot deploying in weblogic. It will take a fraction of the time - because you need not stop/start server. You might need to do some googling to enable hot deployment.
 
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