Version problem causing issues after removal

Discussion in 'Java' started by johan, May 13, 2010.

  1. johan

    johan Guest

    I am working with some web based COTS product that let's us create a
    specific class file to add our edits into. The class file we create
    doesn't have to be there, but when it is the edits we have are brought
    in and run. The software rests on about 10 different web server
    boxes, for failovers and to spread out the loads.

    Recently we compiled our java class file with java 1.6. We normally
    compile with 1.4.2 since our users are still on that level of java on
    their machines for a number of reasons. When the 1.6 went in, the
    screen with our edits would not fire at all.

    We switched that code out with a version of the same code that was
    compiled with 1.4.2. And some users still would get the error like
    the did with the 1.6 compiled code. The strange thing about that was
    one user connecting to web server A would be fine, and one user
    connecting to web server A would get the error.

    Is there a setting on a browser that could keep the code in memory?
    Typically when we have the user's close down their browser's all the
    way the java code is reloaded the next time the screen gets loaded.

    Any help or ideas would be appreciated.
    johan, May 13, 2010
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