Can I clear the cache folder under Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\6.0 in windows XP

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I am having a strange issue with one of my SAP middleware tools and no other user in their respective laptops are getting this issue while trying to save the same objects. So based on that it seems there is some issue with the contents in my laptop. PFA is the screenshot. From the error it looks like a cache issue.  I was wondering if I can delete the contents under user/Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\6.0. If so can I just directly go ahead and delete it or should I use some tool to do it. Please suggest.

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kalyangkmAuthor Commented:
Correction,  I have windows 7.

That should be fine. In any case, you can move the contents of that in case there are any problems
kalyangkmAuthor Commented:
It didnt fix it, I would like to reinstall Jdk to see if that fixes. Would it be better to uninstall existing JDK and then reinstall or can I just perform one more reinstall on the same?
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Uninstall first if you want to reinstall
kalyangkmAuthor Commented:
No luck, It didnt work. I cleared the cache. Unistalled the JDK and then reinstalled it, but still the same. There is another JDK which is for 32 bit which ofcourse is not used for my tool could be causeing the issue, but not sure. I cant uninstall that as I having hard time finding the JDK 1.6 for 32 bit.
You're going to have to get into much more detail. What are you doing and how are you doing it?

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