Delete / Restore an included .cfm file

This has happened twice now.

1. I deleted a .cfm file that was included in a page.
2.  When I refreshed the page, I got the expected error message: File not found.
3. I restored the included .cfm file.
4. The page still couldn't find it.
5. Nothing I could do could ressucitate the broken page.  It never could find the newly restored file.

I finally just had to make a copy of the included .cfm file and change the page to point to the copy.

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Maybe something to do with file caching or file rights. Caching does that sometimes. I always do this when wondering about caching.

index.cfm <-- your original page

index.cfm?a=new <-- with even a slight change in the url the page wont pull the cached page.

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>>> Maybe something to do with file caching or file rights. Caching does that sometimes. I always do this when wondering about caching.
How do I fix it?
Ans: I change one of the word in the page which makes it different file and then after I save it again.
the changed word does not have to be word.. have some extra space and save it... it will work.
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Check ur CLASS files ... its generally a copy there ... that creates the issue :)
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Oh right, hang on.....
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I'm the one who's abandoned it.
I'll see if I can verify which answer is correct within the week.
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