Changing a JAR file - clearing Apache "cache"

I'm making changes to an applet.  I copy and replace my applet JAR file within my Apache context.  However, I'm not seeing the changes when I run the page/applet on the client.  Somewhere, the old applet is cached.  I cleared the cache in my browser.  I logged off and logged back on the client.  I shutdown Apache and re-started it.  None of this helps.

Where is applet being cached?  Does Apache do any caching?  
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HLRosenbergerAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  That did the trick!  

Question:  I understand about applets begin cached, for speed, but I change the actual JAR file.  Why did the new applet not get downloaded?  That makes no sense.  
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