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From "Bill Lunnon" <>
Subject RE: JSPs sometimes don't recompile
Date Thu, 27 Feb 2003 20:14:44 GMT
Sounds like a browser cache problem,
to get around this, simply add some other parameters to the url

hope this helps


-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Friday, 28 February 2003 6:44 AM
Subject: JSPs sometimes don't recompile

We are running Tomcat 3.2.4 and occasionly experience problems with JSPs
not recompiling after thay have been modified.  In the latest instance, a
single new JSP (not an "included" file) was placed out on the server. Upon
testing the change, it was determined that Tomcat was serving up the old
file.  A couple of things were tried. First, we simply touched the file in
an effort to force it to be recompiled. No luck.  Then we deleted the file
to see if we would get a 404.  The old file was still being served up by
Tomcat.  Looking in the work  directory, there was no trace of the
offending JSP.  No .java file, no .class file.  How can Tomcat still be
serving up the file when it is not even there?

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