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From Mike Millson <mmill...@meritonlinesystems.com>
Subject class files being cached?
Date Sat, 06 Sep 2003 20:49:58 GMT
I have a tomcat 3.3.1 application that I suspect might be caching old
class files.

The application consists of about 50 servlet classes (I'm using straight
servlets, not JSPs) deployed as a jar file. When I update the jar file,
I think some of the old classes are not being replaced w/ the new ones.

Will any of the following cause servlet classes to be cached between
stop/starts:

1) Not clearing the /work directory. Can this directory have anything to
do with servlets being cached? Or does tomcat strictly use it to compile
JSPs?

2) Storing old jar files in the WEB-INF/lib with extensions other than
.jar. For example, can I rename app.jar to app.jar.20030906 and leave it
in WEB-INF/lib along with the new app.jar file, or could this cause
servlet caching issues?

Mike


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