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That cannot be done. If the class is an EJB, or is only referenbced by EJBs, you could redeploy the entire JAR (assuming EJBs and the class in question are in the same JAR) and the EJBs should redeploy along with the new class. If the class is a simple class (not an EJB), or is in a library JAR, then you will have to restart.
Hi Peter ,
The class is in EJB Jar .i used the redeploy option in the Main Deployer [Jmx console] and reployed the EJB jar
Then i reloaded all the war files which refers to the classes in th EJB jar.The changes made in the class is reflected
But i get an error in other places