The servlet cache does not survive a restart. On restart, the servlet cache
is empty and servlets are created as needed.
There must be another explanation for what you saw.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hancock, David (DHANCOCK) [mailto:DHANCOCK@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2003 4:51 PM
> To: webware-discuss@...
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] Servlet caching question
> Do WebKit servlets ("normal" ones, not PSPs) get restored
> from cache when
> WebKit is restarted? I see the options for CacheServletClasses and
> CacheServletInstances, and I see directories under
> <workdir>/Cache for the
> various Kits. I also see an option to let PSPs survive
> across restarts.
> But do "normal" servlets in the cache survive a restart? If
> so, can that be
> turned off without turning off caching the servlets and
> classes prior to a
> Please accept my apologies if this doesn't make sense; I'm trying to
> understand some weird behavior we just encountered: We made a
> config file
> change (external to Webware) and restarted WebKit (by stopping and
> starting). When we restarted, some of the servlets that
> should have read
> that config file and been changed (with a different domain
> name for running
> an external program) appeared NOT to have seen the change.
> That is, they
> continued using the old domain name.
> Thanks for any insights you can offer.
> Thanks, and
> David Hancock | dhancock@... | 410-266-4384
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