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in the current CVS version
I am tryin to add a new category from admin interface.
Click insert, select category - everything goes through, but no new category in the list.

There is only Category Test there in the list.

When I exist and then login back to forum as admin - I see all cxategories created.

Similar problem exists with forum creation - create a new forum from admin inteface, and you see nothing changed there.

logoff and then login as admin - you see the created forum.
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even logoff/logout sometimes does not help to refresh the list.
servlets enine restart helps more, but not completelly.

I see all created categories in slect box of forum interface,
but do not see the same list in category administartion.

Similar problem also present with forums administration.
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This is probably related to caching.
select * from jforum_forums ;
shows a single forum (I deleted old records in database)
but web site still shows 3 forums.

Also the administration screen categories is broken

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I can sync forums output by deleting the directory
omcat/jakarta-tomcat-5.5.9/work/Catalina/localhost

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Looks like a problem with the cache. Some users reported it too.

Rafael
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In addition to fixing this bug (this is important, otherwise it is very hard to manage forum)
it may be a good idea to clear cache on servlet startup.
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The pages with outdated information
http://localhost:8080/jforum_original/adminForums/list.page
http://localhost:8080/jforum_original/adminCategories/list.page

Setting
topic.cache.enabled = false
security.cache.enabled = false
forum.cache.enabled = false

does not help. only
./shutdown.sh ; rm -rf ../work/* ; ./startup.sh

for tomcat
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Ok, this bug was fixed!

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I found it is not a matter with cache.
When you add a new category, you must re-apply the access-conctrol list to admin itself.
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