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Publishing to jboss from eclipse

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I am trying to deploy my application in jboss from eclipse.. Everything seems to work fine, but whenever i make any change in my code and give publish on the server, i see that my .ear file already deployed get replaced with a new one that contains only the jars of the project that i have changed(I have a multi project setup, with each project creating a jar within my ear)..

For eg i have projects proj1, proj2, proj3 and my ear project is myapp. Now the first time when i add my myapp project to my server and start it i see that my deploy folder has myapp.ear and within contains proj1.jar, proj2.jar, proj3.jar. Till here im fine, but now when i make some change in my proj1 code and deploy the myapp.ear gets replaced with a new myapp.ear that contains only proj1.jar. The other 2 re not there???

I see that the file jboss323.xml copies the .ear from its temp directory and copies to deploy directory, but why is it only bundling the project that was modified and not the others???

please help
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