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From JStanc...@vinu.edu
Subject RE: Server caching servlet response problem.
Date Fri, 17 Oct 2003 19:22:20 GMT
I only catch the exceptions that can be corrected. All others with be 
thrown to the container.


Thank You,

Justin A. Stanczak
Web Manager
Shake Learning Resource Center
Vincennes University
(812)888-5813




"Wade Chandler" <wchandler@redesetgrow.com>
10/17/2003 02:17 PM
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Are you catching Exceptions?  If so are you doing anything with them, or
are you swallowing them?

Wade

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From: JStanczak@vinu.edu [mailto:JStanczak@vinu.edu] 
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That's what I thought. You say that, but I don't see any errors. For 
example, I have a servlet that's accessed by using 
/Myapp/servlet/MyServlet. This works and shows the updated version every

time. As soon as the change is made you can refresh the browser and the 
changes show up. But I also added a mapping to that same servlet using 
/Myapp/map/*. When you access the servlet this way you get the first 
response and from that time on you only get that response. If you change

the information it just keeps showing the last responses information. If

you then access the servlet using /Myapp/servlet/MyServlet it show the 
changes. But the other mapping will never change it just keeps showing
the 
same response. I also get the same type of problem using jsp forwarding.

Can you tell me what I should start looking for? The logs don't show any

problems that I can see. Any suggestions?



Thank You,

Justin A. Stanczak
Web Manager
Shake Learning Resource Center
Vincennes University
(812)888-5813




"Shapira, Yoav" <Yoav.Shapira@mpi.com>
10/17/2003 08:05 AM
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Howdy,
Tomcat doesn't cache servlet responses.  It's that simple.

The behavior you're seeing is most likely explained by an error in the
your servlet: check the server logs.

Yoav Shapira
Millennium ChemInformatics


>-----Original Message-----
>From: JStanczak@vinu.edu [mailto:JStanczak@vinu.edu]
>Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 7:54 PM
>To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Subject: Server caching servlet response problem.
>
>I'm running a Tomcat 5 on Solaris 9. For some reason the server keeps 
>caching my responses. What happens is the first time I access my
servlet
>using a certain mapping the server caches that response and never
updates
>again. I have two instances of this. One is with a mapping to a servlet

>using this pattern /SoftwareName/servlet/site/* the other is when I 
>forward from a jsp page to a servlet using the <jsp:forward> tag. Both
of
>these methods cache the first response and that's what's send for every

>response. Even if I go to a completely different computer that's never 
>access before. Can someone tell me what's wrong. This can't be correct 
>behavior.
>
>
>Thank You,
>
>Justin A. Stanczak
>Web Manager
>Shake Learning Resource Center
>Vincennes University
>(812)888-5813



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