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From Kiran Badi <>
Subject Re: [OT] Re: Warning: js modified in the future- not able to find the files
Date Thu, 09 Aug 2012 00:52:29 GMT
Thanks Pid for reply.
Unfortunately nothing  changed on my system.Even time was correct and I 
did not see any logged time event events anywhere in logs.

Just a js library which had close to 12 files in it from apache folder 
disappeared without a trace.But the good news was that JS Library inside 
the app war file did not get impacted.
Using that war file I was able to recover the library.Maybe its just my 
good luck.

Probably since library was inside war file, it did not get impacted.

Strange issue.

On 8/5/2012 1:35 PM, Pid wrote:
> On 01/08/2012 04:35, Kiran Badi wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have TC 7.0.11/7.0.27 and Apache 2.2 all sitting in the C://Program
>> Files/Apache Software Foundation folder.
>> I came across a strange issue today where in close to 10+ Javascript
>> files were missing from the folder.
>> Below is the way I do things
>> I use dreamweaver for designing the page and under apache server, I drop
>> all js/css/html files.Once design is finalised,I move those HTML/JS/CSS
>> files to Netbeans+ TC 7.0.11 environment for building serverside code,
>> and once its ready, I create the  build  and then I deploy it in TC 7.0.27.
>> Today for some reasons close to 10 + same js files were missing from all
>> servers, I am lost as how to recover those files now,
>> I came across this message while rebuilding the project today,
>> Warning:  modified in the future.
>> Warning: js modified in the future.
>> Warning: js\lib modified in the future.
>> I dont know as what is cause of this,but I know nothing has changed from
>> my system today.There is nothing in event logs
>> My environment is Win7 Home premium 32 bit,I am totally at the loss now
>> as most of my client side functionality is gone and I am still assessing
>> the damage to java code.
>> Just wanted to check if there exists any way to get back those files.
> That's not a Tomcat problem.
> Check the clocks on everything that is writing to the file system.
> p
>> - Kiran
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