1 Reply Latest reply on May 6, 2004 9:51 PM by James Ward

    when I modify one jsp only, could I not restart my web appli

    kennylin076 Newbie

      I am new to this forum. I have some problem about using jboss 3.2.1 with eclipse. I installed Lomboz plug-in in eclipse. I have some trouble about how to shorten the test time when I modify jsp file only. When I modify some jsp file, I must deploy web application again to jboss. I found it take a lot of time to rebuild the war file then deploy to target server. Could there be anyone tell me how to shorten the jsp test time? Thank you very much.

        • 1. Re: when I modify one jsp only, could I not restart my web a
          James Ward Newbie

          One of the most simple ways to do this is to deploy to a myapp.war directory in your deploy dir, instead of actually creating a war file. I usually have two targets in my build script. One which I use 99% of the time which doesn't actually jar / war / war anything, just copies files to directories, and the other which does actually create nice pretty ear / war / jar packages. The really great thing about going with the first option while in development is that ant and maven only copy files which there have been updated copies of. So you can really get the build to test cycle pretty short.

          I hope that helps.