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From Bert Van Kets <>
Subject Re: Refreshing XSP Pages on the server?
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 11:04:21 GMT
Sounds like there is some caching/proxy at play here.  Opening and saving 
the files gives them a new data/time.  The result is that the file is newer 
and the cache is renewed.
Have you tried to connect directly to Tomcat on port 8080 (if that's still 
configured) to get rid of Apache as a middle layer?

  At 12:07 19/04/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>I am having problems with XSP pages not reflecting changes made to
>these problems only happen on the web server (not on my 'localhost',
>test PC).
>Once the page is copied over to the server, the changes made are not
>reflected -
>I have tried deleting the compiled pages in the tomcat work directory;
>the browser cache (and stopping/starting/refershing the browser) - but
>only thing that seems to help is to open the file *on the server* and
>save it
>again... and this seems a bit strange.
>Any other ideas?
>PS Running Apache/Tomcat on server and local machine.
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