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Thread: Problem with refreshing classes

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    Default Problem with refreshing classes

    Hello!

    I have a little java project which is build in gradle. I imported the project to eclipse. The gradle task run starts the server and run the application in localhost(using Tomcat). Problem is, how to refresh my .java data instead of re-run the application always again. This takes time. I can change my .jsp files in build directory and after page refreshing data changes. But problem is .java files. In gradle there are task install which compile the whole project(shows errors if have), but the page content doesnt change, so i have to run project again to see the changes.

    I have classes in 2 places. Build and exploded/WEB-INF. IMO, if application runs, it is using build directory files, but i dont know what files are in WEB-INF directory...

    Hope you understand me
    Last edited by zendx; December 15th, 2013 at 07:29 AM. Reason: translate


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    Default Re: Problem with refreshing classes

    Hi

    Just Run your application in debug mode instead of Run mode. If you want to change your java file just change it and rebuild your java file that's enough, you no need to run application again.

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