Hot Swapping in Spring Boot with Eclipse STS

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UPDATE: this post has been moved on Netgloo’s Blog here: http://blog.netgloo.com/2014/05/21/hot-swapping-in-spring-boot-with-eclipse-sts/.

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2 thoughts on “Hot Swapping in Spring Boot with Eclipse STS

  1. Thanks Coderpills. I’m working through the securing-web sample boot application. I can now see that the changed classes are swapped out by spring-loaded. When I change the username/password combination, the application continues to use the previous username/password. I wonder whether this is because the authentication is ‘in memory’, and the values are loaded by the init() method when the application is started. And spring-loaded does not reload the application context. Any thoughts?

    Otherwise, I would be curious to hear why spring-loaded is not included with spring-boot out of the box?

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