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Hi,

I am working on an application where the code is compiled using ant scripts which are getting called from a .bat file and the code files are compiled to a jar which is deployed on the tomcat server. Every time there is a change in my code i need to shut down my server and recompile the code using ant scripts and then the code is compiled to a jar which gets copied into the libraries of the tomcat server.

I want to ease out the process by configuring Hot Deployment in Eclipse such that every time there is a code change the code compilation and deployment on to Tomcat server happens automatically rather than my mechanically calling the build scripts from a bat file .

Can someone guide me as to how i can attempt Hot Deployment in Eclipse where the code compilation will automatically deploy the new jar file on Tomcat server.

Any help appreciated.

Regards,
Ragini
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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