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No, it isn't supported. However you can select all files under the directory node and invoke the action. If you want to update resource files in a
running web application you can use 'Update Application' action (Ctrl+F10) instead to package all changed files.

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I thought I understood your answer but actually I didn't. From where can I press Ctrl+10? And is it under any menu (I cannot find it)?

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If you have a running app server configuration (e.g. Tomcat) there should be 'Update Application' action under 'Run' menu.

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That means I have to start Tomcat from Idea, doesn't it? If I start Tomcat from a command prompt and use remote application to debug (that's what I'm doing) then Ctrl+Shft+F9 is the only option?

Regards.

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Yes, you're right.

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