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From "RTE - Meridian Club" <merid...@dataco.net>
Subject RE: Q: Why Tomcat return me a OLD version of my doc.jar in an Applet ? [255718:132221]
Date Fri, 07 Oct 2005 13:03:59 GMT
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Amadeo Alonso" <amadeo@caminos.upm.es>
> Received: 10/7/2005 2:03 PM
> To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Subject: Q: Why Tomcat return me a OLD version of my doc.jar in an Applet ?
>
> Hi list:
> 
>    I apologize me last (&first) email to the list with faults on date and form 
>    Thanks to Mark Thomas for your explanations.
> 
> The problem I attempt to solve is the next:
> 
> When I demand the page 'http://expresiongrafica.caminos.upm.es/PAU/AppletDoc.html', which
has an Applet with a tag 'archive=doc.jar', Tomcat (?) v5.5 returns me the OLD VERSION of
'doc.jar' (v1) with the old bugs, as I deduct from the 'Java Console'.
> 
> I have placed two <connector> tags  in 'server.xml' file to use ports :80 y :8080
in the same way
> 
> but....
> 
> http://expresiongrafica.caminos.upm.es:8080/PAU/AppletDoc.html   return de rigth 'doc.jar'
(v2),   OK:   
> 
> http://expresiongrafica.caminos.upm.es:80/PAU/AppletDoc.html       return de old   'doc.jar'
(v1),   BAD:     
> 
> using  localhost/..., localhost:80/... y localhost:8080/...      OK (v2). 
> 
> 
> How can I destroy the old version? where is it? What is it happening? Is maybe a navigators
problem?
>  (I get  'similar' results with IE and Firefox )
> 
> 
> Thanks in advance
> 
> Amadeo.
> Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
> 

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