OC4J Caching, Development Question - 500 PTS

Posted on 2006-05-23
Last Modified: 2011-08-18
I am still somewhat new to Java and all of its inner workings and have a question about development techniques.  I am developing my JSP web apps using JDeveloper 10g with the embedded OC4J engine.

When testing changes I have made to a JSP page, I have to constantly rebuild the web app, close it down, relaunch the embedded OC4J engine, and then I can test my change.

Is there any way I can set this up to compile on the fly so I don't have to waste so much time?
Question by:mmarksbury
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    Uhm, use Eclipse with the Web Standard Tools?

    Although, I used to develop with jDeveloper and I never had this problem. I would simply make the changes to my jsp, and refresh the affecting page in the web application.

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