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As a partner with PTC, we have a jsp plugin for Windchill. Does anyone know where the java class Cache resides or how to delete the class cache without restarting Windchill?

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As a partner with PTC, we have a jsp plugin for Windchill. Does anyone know where the java class Cache resides or how to delete the class cache without restarting Windchill?

The jsp plugin resides in directory:   F:\PTC\Windchill_10.0\Windchill\codebase\infoengine\jsp\iSEEK Corp

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Re: As a partner with PTC, we have a jsp plugin for Windchill. Does anyone know where the java class Cache resides or how to delete the class cache without restarting Windchill?

Please see PTC Document - CS29555 and PTC Document CS75448.

You can delete the cache, located at <Windchill Home>\tomcat\instances\, without restarting the Tomcat service but the changes will not take effect until you do.

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Re: As a partner with PTC, we have a jsp plugin for Windchill. Does anyone know where the java class Cache resides or how to delete the class cache without restarting Windchill?

Are you wanting to do this for testing as you develop a site or just to update with a new version?

The reason I ask is you can set the value of web.xml for development from false to true and then all changed will be instantly live. This should only be used in a pilot environment for testing.

Open web.xml found here: d:\ptc\Windchill_10.0\Windchill\tomcat\instances\instance-8010\conf\web.xml

Then look for the following lines and change the value of false to true:

<param-name>development</param-name>

<param-Value>false</param-value>

You will also need to restart the method server but after that you can keep making changes to the .jsp page and they will be live. Also note: if you clear the tomcat cache you will need to set this preference again as the default is false.

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