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harold neiper
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Joined: Jun 12, 2002
Posts: 18
Hi,
I am wondering how long it takes after uploading modified property files before the changes in these files are viewable.
Example:
I have a bundle for en_US with this key/value labelBtnLogoff = Logoff
I then edit this to and upload this change
labelBtnLogoff = Log off
At this point how long before I will see my changes being referenced on my view. We are finding that the interval is not consistent.
TIA
David Geary
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Joined: Apr 23, 2003
Posts: 45
Originally posted by harold neiper:
Hi,
I am wondering how long it takes after uploading modified property files before the changes in these files are viewable.
Example:
I have a bundle for en_US with this key/value labelBtnLogoff = Logoff
I then edit this to and upload this change
labelBtnLogoff = Log off
At this point how long before I will see my changes being referenced on my view. We are finding that the interval is not consistent.
TIA

It depends on your servlet container. You have to reload your app for some containers.


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