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War file changes are not reflected in managed server

 
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I am working weblogic 10.3.I am facing issue while deploying the war files.We have created the ant scripts for deploying the war file to the weblogic server.

When we run the ant scripts it deploys the war files to the managed server.We need to shut down the server before we ran the scripts.

But after running the scripts i have checked the logs and also the upload directory of admin server where our changes are reflected.

But when i started the managed server changes are not getting reflected in the Stage directory of managed server and hence when we run the application we are not able to see our changes.

The issue is specifically coming on Sun Solaris platform else on the Linux environment the things are working fine.

Could somebody please help me in resolving the issue?

Is it something else needs to be done for the sun solaris somekind of ?

 
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Every time you deploy a new set of file(s) like WAR(s) and also re-start the server, you should clean the contents of the temp directory & the stage directory under the main domain directory.
 
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