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Is this a multi-server installation? If so, have you tried re-starting all JRun instances? When all else fails, trying rebooting perhaps? Also, you might want to look into the "Save Class Files" setting in the CFadmin (under caching) - not sure if its relevent to your situation or not. In fact, you might want to "play" with all of the cache settings.1 person found this helpful
Eventually you will narrow down the configuration setting that is causing these headaches.
All else did fail. They're going to reboor later this day. Tomorrow I will see if it worked.
All else did fail. They're going to reboot later this day. Tomorrow I will see if it worked.
Even rebooting did not help.
What can be wrong?
Is there any way you can verify the version of the .class file on the server? Perhaps human error?
How are you accessing and using the class? Care to post some code snippets?
CF_Yoda_MX wrote:1 person found this helpful
> Then I made a new version with some extra methods, replaced it, restarted the
> service and clearing the cache. But still it doesn't find any of the new
> methods, but it does find the old ones. What can I do?
don't know how linux handle things but under windows you'd have to stop the cf
server service in order to replace a jar/class like that. might this have
happened? are you sure you were able to physically replace the old class file?
I really did physicaly replace the file. I checked it twice.
I solved the problem by making a complete new Class and calling that one with cfobject.