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From Andre-John Mas <aj...@sympatico.ca>
Subject Re: Tomcat writing the wrong timestamp on compiled JSP's
Date Fri, 14 Aug 2009 03:50:54 GMT
The time stamp on the file is given by your OS. What operating system  
and version are you using? Also, what time zone are you in?

André-John

On 13-Aug-2009, at 23:38, Mon Cab wrote:

>
> When I edit a JSP, tomcat is compiling the JSP (both java and class  
> files)  in the work directory with a timestamp exactly 1 hour  
> greater than the current time.
>
> Eg. If I edit a jsp (after emptying the work directory), at 20:00,  
> and then load the page from a client, class and java files will  
> appear in the work directory with a timestamp of 21:00.
>
> I thought this might be a issue with the JVM time, however, when I  
> look at the tomcat logs Tomcat is gorreclt logging time in the logs,  
> exactly the same as the system time.
>
> Does anyone have any idea why this might be happening?
>
>
>
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