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Weblogic 8.x Server Cache

Suril J Sarvaiya
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Joined: Sep 05, 2012
Posts: 14
Hi All,

I had a query.
In my local environment before restarting the server, I remove .wlnotdelete server cache folder; which is necessary for poroper functioning.

Now, my application is getting deployed on production server at client side.
So will removing this folder before restarting create any adverse effect?

Ideally, it will just delete the compiled classes and jsp's which wont be acceses as fast if it was not deleted.
Any other possibility on the production side, please guide.

Thanks a lot.
Suril
 
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