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I'm really fed up, big time.

I need some help from someone who uses this software.

I hate it, but I have to use it.

Whenever I try to run an application on the local server my console is printing stuff from old, old, old applications that are no longer on my system.  It's like it's caching stuff.  I'm really tired of this.  I'm running some simple servlets by the way.

And is there a server perspective on 6.0??  On WSAD 5 there was.  Where is it??

I'm using a trial version, but we have a license, I'm just waiting to get the "official" world.  But that won't help me on that blasted caching!!

Seriously!  It's referencing things I had on my machine 1 month ago and deleted!
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did you check your workspace ?

With the administrative console workspace, client applications can navigate the configuration. Each workspace has its own repository location defined either in the system property or the property that is passed to a workspace manager when creating the workspace: workspace.user.root or workspace.root, which is calculated as %workspace.root%/user_ID/workspace/wstemp.

The default workspace root is calculated based on the user installation root: %user.install.root%/wstemp.

Good luck

andy K.
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