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Cached Classes in WebSphere

veejay
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Joined: Feb 01, 2002
Posts: 11
Hello,
I have a problem with cached classes.
I have a Class in my Application on WebSphere which I want to replace now with a new version. The problem is, WebSphere doesnt notice it!
It still uses the old class which has been deleted!
I deleted the compiled JSP classes, I restarted the AppServer, I even restarted the entire machine, but it stills doesnt recognize the new class and uses the old one instead.
But the old one has been deleted and when i recompile the one on the machine I see all the new methods, which WebSphere doesnt find!
What can it be? Is there a Class-Cache or something like this?
Who can help?
*A*
Simon Song
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Joined: Feb 01, 2002
Posts: 217
You must have this class in some other Jars. Or try remove ear, and reinstall it with your new version.


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