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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14165] - Deleting a directory with compiled jsp pages causes FileNotFoundException on recompile
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 14:30:31 GMT
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Deleting a directory with compiled jsp pages causes FileNotFoundException on recompile





------- Additional Comments From puckman@taglab.com  2002-11-21 14:30 -------
I'm not sure if thinking of it as a "cache" helps much since I agree if it was 
a "cache" then you would expect to be able to easily clear it. 

The work directory is in reality more of a practical internal detail of 
Tomcat, rather than being part of any public functionality. The whole thing 
could in theory, even though being crap idea, have been built in memory and 
you wouldn't be able to touch it.

I guess it is unfortunate that you gone as far as exposing these internals to 
your clients, I suspect if you need to have this sorted, you need to look at 
it yourself.

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