How to run webapps without an exploded directory?

Is there a way to execute a webapp without having to create the exploded
directory (or a jar) like we could in 3.x? I though I remember someone
saying that they figured out how to do this during the eap. The J2EE
step in the make project really slows down the compiles.

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Barry Kaplan
bkaplan@integratedtrading.com


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You have to create J2ee compliant directory to be avle to deploy webapp.
On the other hand, you can organize your web module directories to resemble resulting directory structure as close as possible, so
that less (or no) file copying will be necessary during J2EE make step.


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"Barry Kaplan" <bkaplan@integratedtrading.com> wrote in message news:c374gh$v0l$1@is.intellij.net...

Is there a way to execute a webapp without having to create the exploded
directory (or a jar) like we could in 3.x? I though I remember someone
saying that they figured out how to do this during the eap. The J2EE
step in the make project really slows down the compiles.

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Barry Kaplan
bkaplan@integratedtrading.com

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