|Re: how to change web project without redeploy? [message #175369 is a reply to message #175006]
||Tue, 25 July 2006 15:15
| Kathy Chan
Registered: July 2009
If you only change the method implementation in a class that you had created
a Web service on, you do not need to re-deploy. Tht server (such as Tomcat)
should pick up the change in the WAR and republish (unless of course if you
had disabled auto-publish on the server manually). However, you have
change/add/delete methods, you would need to run through the Web service
wizard again to pick up the change. The wizard would drive the necessary
publish or restart the server.
"mitchell ackerman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Is there a way to change a class within a web project without requiring a
> redeploy for it to be used in the web project? for example, i am
> developing a web service, and want to change a class in the same project
> that it uses. as far as i can see the only way to get this into the web
> service is to redeploy the war and restart the server.
> other plugins enable this, such as sysdeo, but i would hope that WTP can
> also do this.
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