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Tomcat caching wsdl

ratna sargurp
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Hi

I have tomcat 7 installed and noticed that even after deploying a new webapp, the WSDL is not getting refreshed in tomcat. It still keeps pointing to the old WSDL.

Any ideas on how to clear the tomcat cache?

Thanks in advance.
Tim Holloway
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Tomcat does not have a cache. The cache is in your web browser. However, in the case of web services, there are some files that may get generated by the web services code, depending on what web services library you are using.


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ratna sargurp
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So, how can I resolve this issue?
 
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