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hi Everyone
I have a big problem!!. I am suppose to work on a project with about a year old version of JForum integrated into it. I cannot upgrade to new version of JForum as some programming has been done in the system to customise it. My problem is discussed in following previous post:

http://www.coderanch.com/t/574454

The problem is related to deletion of topics.

Is there anyway to reload cache through some method and inside the code.. or is there a work around considering my current situation. Please help me out.. Its Urgent!

Also is there a way to find out which JForum version i have and do you have any clue whether it will work fine with MySQL 4.1 or not..

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[originally posted on jforum.net by theGeek]
 
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You can take a look in the key "version", at SystemGlobals.properties.

The cached topics are in the TopicRepository class, you can work with it.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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