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I have an exploded directory structure in my applications forder of my domain in BEA 8.1 server, and when I change a class file and copy it to the class file folder somewhere, do I have to stop-> start the server, is there any way to class load the file when the server is running ? I mean my application is huge , so if I stop -> start the server I have to login my application and go through a series of steps to get to my change. please advice/help

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You can use weblogic.Deployer utility to redeploy the application without restarting the server.

Check about weblogic.Deployer here:
http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/deployment/tools.html#999152
 
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I am not sure but i think you copy your class files into your exploded directory. so weblogic automatically take it. There are some options for it in weblogic .
I refer you to see weblogic hot deployment
 
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