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Tomcat caching issue with Liferay

Jennifer Schwartz
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Joined: Jan 12, 2011
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Hoping someone can help me..I have posted at the Liferay forums but haven't received any help and I was a regular here in learning Java and received great help.

First off, I'm using Liferay 6 community ed. bundled w/Tomcat. Both reside on a Windows 2008 Server R2. My problem is when I edit the CSS or even add a page (which adds the page name to the nav menu) none of the changes show up. Most of the time the css changes will show up after I shut down and restart Tomcat, but the addition of the navigation is completely wiped when I restart. I have edited the and web.xml file with some recommended statements but has not corrected the problem. Is there something I am missing or can anyone pass on a link to a fix for this? I am on a deadline with my final project so I can graduate and this issue has had me stuck for days now. Thanks in advance.
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