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java:hotdeploymenteclipse [2014/12/24 10:42] (current)
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 ====== The fastest way to make a deployment in eclipse ====== ====== The fastest way to make a deployment in eclipse ======
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 +<WRAP center round info 60%>
 +**Update about Tomcat**
 +
 +When I started this tutorial, I've found that every single change
 +in a web page under JBoss forces this to restart the application. ​
 +
 +Unfortunately it is not the case with Tomcat: Tomcat ignores everything
 +else except web.xml, and this is a bit cumbersome if you are changing ​
 +jsf or jsp pages frequently, because these changes aren't detected ​
 +and refected by Tomcat. On the contrary, the pages appear unchanged. ​
 +
 +With other J2EE servers I don't have an idea of what will happen....
 +</​WRAP>​
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 Although eclipse has a system to deploy applications to the application server of our choice (Tomcat, jboss, Web Sphere, etc.) I think that the system it uses is extremely slow. Other solutions that have appeared ([[http://​zeroturnaround.com/​software/​jrebel/​|jrebel]] (commercial),​ and others are depicted [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​998737/​integrating-tomcat-and-eclipse-as-a-hot-deploy-environment|here]],​ [[http://​techblog.bozho.net/?​p=1246|here]],​ [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​2296387/​jsf2-and-maven-hot-deploy|here]] and [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​1793533/​hot-deploy-of-development-changes-with-eclipse-tomcat-and-jetspeed|here]]) involve in some way keeping a synchronization of files between the deployed application and the developed application. Although eclipse has a system to deploy applications to the application server of our choice (Tomcat, jboss, Web Sphere, etc.) I think that the system it uses is extremely slow. Other solutions that have appeared ([[http://​zeroturnaround.com/​software/​jrebel/​|jrebel]] (commercial),​ and others are depicted [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​998737/​integrating-tomcat-and-eclipse-as-a-hot-deploy-environment|here]],​ [[http://​techblog.bozho.net/?​p=1246|here]],​ [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​2296387/​jsf2-and-maven-hot-deploy|here]] and [[http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​1793533/​hot-deploy-of-development-changes-with-eclipse-tomcat-and-jetspeed|here]]) involve in some way keeping a synchronization of files between the deployed application and the developed application.
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