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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 6749] - Work directory not deleted when Context is removed from Tomcat
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2002 06:17:16 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From patrick.luby@sun.com  2002-02-28 06:17 -------
I verified that the fix for bug 6594 fixes this problem as well (at least on Unix 
platforms). I was able to create a war file, deploy it using the manager webapp's 
"install" action. Then, I updated a JSP page in the war file, undeployed it using 
the manager webapp's "remove" action and then redeployed the updated war file 
using the "install" action. After this, the modified JSP page was visible.

What I have noticed is that web caches can sometimes give the appearance of a 
stale content as some webcaches don't always check to see if their cached content 
is the most current content available. In fact, many older webcaches (sold when 
disk was still expensive) may wait to their cached content is over a week old.

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