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MIME Repository Update

Hi,

I created a Web-Application and included my own JavaScript code from an external file by using the command

<i><script src="/sap/bw/Mime/Customer/JavaScript/k_umsatz/kundenumsatzanzeige_include.js" type="text/javascript"> </script></i>

I inserted the *include.js file into the MIME Repository by using the Object Navigator. And everything worked fine.

Today I had to make some changes on this js-include and I always deleted the old file from the object navigator and inserted the new changed file. But after the third or fourth time, the file, that the browser included was not the new one, but still the old one, that I already deleted. I think there must be a caching functionality, that avoids the browser to get the new file in someways.

Does anybody has an idea what to do now?

Regards,

Sebastian

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2004 at 05:48 PM

    I'm having the same problem.

    Does anyone have an answer?

    Thanks!

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      Hi,

      what you have to do is to make some changes in the calling jsp. That is the jsp-file from which you call the included function. Only with the new compilation process the changed included js-file will be taken.

      It took me a while, too, to find that out.

      Regards, Astrid

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2004 at 07:01 AM

    When you change files in the mime repository - you need to empty the cache..

    you can do this in the ICM monitor.

    transaction smicm - goto - http cache server - invalidate - global in system

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