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From "Andrew English" <>
Subject RE: Java Question
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2006 15:42:10 GMT
I have looked for the filenames.* on all the servers including the linux
ones and not come up with anything except for what's on the two servers.
I have not had a chance to check all the jar files, are ear files like
jar files if so what's a good tool for opening both Jar and Ear files?


-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Harper [] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 10:10 AM
To: 'Tomcat Users List'
Subject: RE: Java Question

Are the pages static or is there some process, servlet, script, or
else that creates these? There could also be another system somewhere
is allowed access to the areas that hold the HTML files and is creating
in some nightly process.

I don't know that this is a Java question. Almost anything is possible
long as the access rights and permissions are set.

Robert S. Harper
Information Access Technology, Inc.
-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew English [] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 8:12 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Java Question

Does anyone know of a mailing list were I can ask some java related

The number one question I have is if it's possible to write code within
Java that changes all your HTML files back to their original default? 

A client of mine runs, dare I say it here JBoss 2.4 and I found two
copies of JBoss running, one on their production server, the other on a
Test server. Anyhow I had to go and make changes to the HTML files
within the JBoss, removed the previous CTO's name, fixed spelling
errors, removed some dates, etc. 

Anyhow initially without taking the Test server into account when I made
changes to the HTML files, at around 12:38AM the files are modified back
to their original state. So I searched all the servers HIGH and LOW for
these files and only came across the Test server having them too.. So I
put the modified copies on the Test server and the production server
yesterday, now they are back to the original copies again.. BIGH SIGH

I have looked through all the scheduled tasks and not found anything, my
thought is it could be embedded somewhere in the Jave?? 


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