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aanchal mathur
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Hi,
I was working on the samples downloaded from sun.com . In one of the examples "Converter" i made changes to the JSP file after deployment.Now in order to save new changes to the already existing components,do i have to complie + depoly all the components again,or do i just depoly the web component all over again.Please help.
 
Jyotisree Dhar
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hi Aanchal,first you tell me ,which application or web server you are using .If you are using Websphere then no need to deploy it again ,just restart the server after any changes.
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Doris Deng
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I think you don't need to redeploy or restart the server in websphere4.0 if you only change the JSP FILE.
[This message has been edited by Doris Deng (edited September 18, 2001).]
 
aanchal mathur
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Hi,
I am using tomcat container which is bundled with J2EE from the sun site.Also i am tryin it with JBOSS . I figured out how to re-deploy in sun J2EE server, but in JBOSS it keeps giving me an error that it cant find the EJb for the JSP file i.e the import statment calling the home and remote interface cant be ound duwe to some missing path.I cant figue out which path.Have tried everything under the sun but still JSP doesnt work on JBOSS .Please Help
 
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