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Hi,
is hot deployment means no need to complile/deploy again n again if just changes in java/jsp? If yes, Need help for using hot deployment in eclipse.

We are using MyEclipse4.1, jsdk1.4, struts, hibernate and ejb.
Application server is Oracle10g.

We are using simple java project and making war by ant.
then deploying it to oracleAS by some command on cmd.

I have checked few help from net, but not able to get it work properly.
Make ejb project in myEclipse, configure server etc.

But i am confused at package deployment, explosion deployment...??

Can someone share step-by-step here for this.?
I need some confirmation step to check that it is right configuration.


thanks
raminder.singh

[edited subject to have word oracle so it makes sense in the oracle forum]
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Originally posted by Raminder Singh:
is hot deployment means no need to complile/deploy again n again if just changes in java/jsp? If yes, Need help for using hot deployment in eclipse.


Sort of. You still need to compile so you can have the updated jar/war files. And you still need to do a limited deployment. The key is that you don't have to stop the server or bring down the application.

Most application servers support an exploded ear/war file deployment where you just overwrite the files. I'm going to move this to our Oracle forum where someone will be more likely to know how Oracle handles things.
 
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