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JForum Cache Problem?

 
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Hi,
I had Integrated JForum in my application,and i just installed once and coping the jforum-custom.conf file ,if i want to deploy war another time so that ,i dont need to install again.that works well for that i had modified some java code.

the main problem is,search of jforum doesnt considering topics that are created in the last(that is in old war) ,and if i create fresh topics now it just considering,how can i resolve it....

i think admin control panel if we clear cache i doesnt show topics under that forum,is there any inter connection between these two....how to resolve it ,help me
 
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It sounds like your search indexes are being stored in the web app itself, so after deploying a new WAR file, you need to go into the Admin Control Panel and rebuild the search index.
 
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Thanks for Quick replying Ernest Friedman-Hill ,
Can i know how to rebuild the search index please..
 
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Well, in the CodeRanch version of JForum, it's the bottom half of the page labeled "Lucene Statistics" in the admin control panel. I'm not sure if it's called the same thing in the version you're using.
 
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Thanks for replying Ernest Friedman-Hill ,i had already cleared it,and thats working in 2.2.1 version also which iam using..any way thanks alot for your support
 
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