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From sree kanth <sreekanth.opensou...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat Bugs?
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 04:04:51 GMT
Hi Schalk,
coming to your problem of JSP recompiling,
once refresh your browser or delete your page cache in explorer.This may
solve ur problem.
And coming to SQL server part,the SQL Server driver has some bugs which
implements the queries in a very different way.You can see that clearly in
SQL server's profiler.

May be Source Forge's driver may help u.

Byee
Sreekanth

On 10/2/05, Schalk Neethling <schalk@volume4.com> wrote:
>
> Greetings All
>
> Does anyone know of bugs in the 5.5.9 release of Tomcat with regards to
> recompiling Jsp's or incorrectly send SQL statements?
>
> The reason I ask is, I do some development of Jsp's in Dreamweaver and
> use the synchronization utility to synchronize my local files with the
> files within Tomcat. Now, after having done this and refreshing the
> page, or triggering the link, Tomcat still runs the old file. If I
> delete everything from the work directory then it recompiles the Jsp and
> shows the new Jsp.
>
> Also, I have a .jsp file used a resource for SQL queries. Once a page is
> run that calls one of these SQL queries, I continually get a SQL error
> that some column was not found. However, if I run the exact same query
> directly on the SQL server or via phpMyAdmin, the query executes
> successfully without any error.
>
> Any aware of these issues? Or is there something else that might be
> causing these problems? Thank you in advance.
>
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