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JBoss use Eclipse workspace as WebApp?

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Hi there,

With OC4J (the Oracle J2EE server) you can specify in "default-web-
site.xml" various <web-app>'s.


<web-app application="current-workspace-app" name="myapp" root="/
myapp" load-on-startup="true"/>

Then in "server.xml" you do this:

<application name="current-workspace-app" path="C:\eclipse\workspace
\oc4j-app.xml" start="true" />

Then in "oc4j-app.xml" you have:

<web-module id="myapp" path="C:\eclipse\workspace\myappWebRoot"/>

This essentially means that as you edit java classes in Eclipse and
save/compile them, the changes are automatically picked up by the App
Server with no need to package up and redeploy the entire web app.

Can anything similar be done with JBoss?

I am currently use Eclipse Web Tools + JBoss + Eclipse but it seems to
want to repackage and redeploy the entire web app rather than just the
single changed class file.


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