What you can do is :
- define a deployment target where you want to deploy your JSP (Go in Windows > Preferences > JBoss-IDE > Deployer for that).
- edit your JSP as usual.
- (re)deploy the folder that contains your JSP to the target you have defined.
- the redeployment can be done by selecting the resource and by pressing CTRL+ALT+F8
do u mean that Crtl+Alt+F8 is the shortcut key for Redeployment?Is is workable for *.ear ?
it's not working here, I'm using Eclipse 3.0 with JBoss-IDE 1.3.3. is there any configuration we need to make?
You need to upgrade to 1.4.0 to have shortcut keys.
yes, i got it done..thanks..
But it seems to be only for ear. How to do it for jsp?
My idea is to use file copy deployer, but jsp must be put in tmp dir, problem is that ear is exploded into temporary name - each deployment is changes, so no way to use 'file copy'.
Any other idea?
Doesn't j2ee have hot deployment of jsp in specification?