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Remote Development [message #672064] Thu, 19 May 2011 14:30
Justin Anastos is currently offline Justin Anastos
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Registered: May 2011
Location: Stoneham, MA, USA
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Here is my situation. I'm developing a Java console application on a Windows 7 box. I will be running the application on a remote Solaris machine. The application depends on files accessible on the Solaris box and not on the Windows box. Is there any way, when I click the "debug" button in Eclipse, that it'll compile the code, and then run it on the VM of the remote Solaris box?

Running it locally will be useless as I don't have the necessary files. The only options I've seen are compile, sftp the file over, run the file in debug mode, and then connect with Eclipse for Remote Debugging. I'd like to avoid all those steps as it will be very tedious to compile, send, run, connect, test for every single change I make.

Thanks,
Justin
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