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From Mark Thomas <>
Subject Re: Why Tomcat return me a OLD version of my doc.jar ?
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 18:51:41 GMT
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Amadeo Alonso wrote:
> Hi all,
>         ┬┐Can anyone explain it ...., please?
> I use Tomcat 5.5 as server pages html with an 'Applet' that uses a 
> 'doc.jar'
> I have placed two <connector> tags  in 'server.xml' file to use ports 
> :80 y :8080 in the same way
> I Have fixed bugs from mi 'doc.jar' (v1) to a new version with the same 
> name 'doc.jar' (v2)
> and now, (using IExplorer):
> OK: 
> _
> return de rigth 'doc.jar' (v2)
> BUT: 
> _
>            o 
> _
> return me the OLD VERSION of 'doc.jar' (v1) with the old bugs, as I 
> deduct from the 'Java Console'
> OK also _http://localhost         /PAU/AppletDoc.html   (or
>              _http://localhost:80    /PAU/AppletDoc.html
>              _http://localhost:8080/PAU/AppletDoc.html
>              _http://localhost:8080/PAU/AppletDoc.html
> BUT      _http://     OK
>             _http://         /PAU/AppletDoc.html     (o 
> :80) BAD, v1
> How can I destroy the old version? where is it? What is it happening?
> regards
> amadeo.
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