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Why do we delete cache files while restarting a Weblogic Application Server?

Tapan Agarwal
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Joined: Nov 22, 2012
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Hi All,
I have a Query..Why do we delete cache files while restarting a Weblogic Application Server??
The only thing i know is that any changes in the web components will not be reflected if the cache files are not deleted...
That thing i don't know is-
1.What are these cache files??
2.For what purpose they are used??
3.How can they prevent the changes from taking affect if not deleted??

Thanks in Advance
 
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