Fast JSP deploy

Hi everybody,

I am wondering how could I setup my project (J2EE Application with an EJB Module & a Web Module) to make jsp editing directly in my exploded application directory.

Infact, after editing a jsp file, I am forced to compile/make the module and make it deployed again and this is quite time consuming.

It would be quite useful that, in a web module setting, a resource directory could be configured to keep auto synchronization with the corresponding exploded war directory reached by my application server.

Thank you!

Dario Busco

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Hi,
Set Exploded dir = resource dir = project root.

Dario Busco wrote:

Hi everybody,

I am wondering how could I setup my project (J2EE Application with an EJB Module & a Web Module) to make jsp editing directly in my exploded application directory.

Infact, after editing a jsp file, I am forced to compile/make the module and make it deployed again and this is quite time consuming.

It would be quite useful that, in a web module setting, a resource directory could be configured to keep auto synchronization with the corresponding exploded war directory reached by my application server.

Thank you!

Dario Busco



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Instead of compile/make the entire module, you could right click on the JSP file and do "Package File". This will copy the JSP file over to the exploded directory. As always, you can assign a shortcut to this command. Does this help?

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Kashif Noorani wrote:

Instead of compile/make the entire module, you could right click on the JSP file and do "Package File". This will copy the JSP file over to the exploded directory. As always, you can assign a shortcut to this command. Does this help?


That's one that I would have liked to see in the "Productivity Guide"

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Can't find exacly the "Package File" command... anyway now I have familiarity with modules configuration and I can get it done with resource/project paths configuration. Thank you!

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Dario Busco wrote:

Can't find exacly the "Package File" command... anyway now I have familiarity with modules configuration and I can get it done with resource/project paths configuration. Thank you!


See that attached screenshot of the context menu for a JSP.



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perfect, thank you! it's a new function of the latest build as I can see!! :)

thank you

Dario

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