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From "$Bill Dossett" <postmas...@bill.co.uk>
Subject Re: cache...
Date Fri, 21 Jul 2000 12:00:31 GMT
uh duh...  guess my newbieness is showing a little.

Thanks

Bill

Mathias Bogaert wrote:

> Tomcat uses the %TOMCAT_HOME%\work directory to store .class files (sort of
> cache).
> Try this (put it in statyup.bat)
>
> deltree /Y ../work
> md ../work
>
> This makes Tomcat to recompile all .jsp files.
> I use this for development only, when you plan on putting the server
> 'alive', remove the lines....
>
> Mathias Bogaert
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "$Bill Dossett" <postmaster@bill.co.uk>
> To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 1:04 PM
> Subject: cache...
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've got a problem with tomcat that is pretty much
> > driving me crazy.  The first jsp I created, test.jsp
> > and put in my webapps/ROOT dir did an SQL into
> > my database and retrieved one record.  It was just
> > a test.  I didn't get a change to work on it again for
> > a week or so, and now if I create a new .jsp, it doesn't
> > find it, even though it's in the same directory as
> > test.jsp... then things get really bizarre, I've removed
> > test.jsp from the system ... yet when I get test.jsp
> > in my browser, it still finds it.  I have searched the
> > whole machine and there are no further test.jsp
> > files on it, yet it still comes up.  Any other .jsp
> > I add it can't find.  I've restarted everything, I've
> > watched the logs and it says what the real path
> > is and where it's getting the file from yet it isn't
> > there. I'm running tomcat on Linux with apache.
> > I've restarted apache and tomcat, even reboot the
> > machine, flushed the cach on my browser... I'm
> > out of ideas... does tomcat cache things anywhere?
> > Doesn't seem right, but I'm clutching at straws.
> >
> > Thanks
> > Bill Dossett
> > Emtex Ltd.
> >
> >
> >


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