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storetext.properties not updating

I updated 1 amd added a new property to the storetext.properties file I updated both default and en_US however I cannot see the changes, the new one just says ???ACCOUNT_Account1???.  I have restarted tje server several times, deleted, reloaded, etc.  I am not sure what else to do or look at.
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Radek BaranowskiFull-stack Java DeveloperCommented:
could you please describe your problem in a more detailed an meaningful way ?
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Radek BaranowskiFull-stack Java DeveloperCommented:
product, version, what you are trying to do and so on...?
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iceman19330Author Commented:
websphere, v6.1.

I added a new property and updated a property in storetext.properties and storetext_en_US.properties file and the change is not showing.  I flushed cache, delete compiled files, app restart, server restart.  No matter what I do I cannot see the change with the one I updated and the one I added just shows ???ACT_ap1??? it doesnt pull in the new property.  I am wondering if there is anything else I should be doing other then the already listed.  flushed cache, delete compiled files, app restart, server restart.
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Radek BaranowskiFull-stack Java DeveloperCommented:
I suppose you're using websphere commerce, is that right ?

if so, take a look here:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wchelp/v7r0m0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.commerce.management-center_customization.doc/tutorial/ttfadpcat11.htm

particularly:

# Export the following file from your development environment: Stores > Java Resources > src > ConsumerDirect > storetext.properties

   1. In the WebSphere Application Server administrative console, click Applications > Enterprise Applications.
   2. Select your application name, for example WC_demo, and click Update.
   3. Select Single File.
   4. In the Relative path to file field, type Stores.war\WEB-INF\classes\ConsumerDirect\storetext.properties
   5. In the New or replacement files section, check the local file system and click browse and specify the path to the storetext.properties file you exported.
   6. Click Next.
   7. Click OK.
   8. When the update completes, click Save to save the Master Configuration.

 
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Radek BaranowskiFull-stack Java DeveloperCommented:
so in other words, you need to update application's single file via application management
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iceman19330Author Commented:
oh poo.  lol okay I will try that
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iceman19330Author Commented:
yes sorry it is commerce
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iceman19330Author Commented:
I did find a 2nd way of doing it after following the instructions.  Basically the setup I am working with has two locations with properties files and apparently I was updating the wrong one (to my defense it was the default location and there were modified property files).  Once i found the correct location I was able to copy the files over and restart the app.

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