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Deployment problem -- Timestamp issue ?  RSS feed

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Hello All,
We encounter an unsuccessful deployment on our production server running Weblogic 6.1 on Windows NT.
The Weblogic server successively deploys and then undeploys the JAR files that we try to deploy. We face this problem when we create the Jars on our test server in India and then move the Jars to the production server in the US. The same Jars work properly on our Test server which has a setup similar to the Production server in terms of the source version, the classpath, jdk version etc. However, the Jars get deployed properly if the Jars are created on the Production server. Is it possible that the problem is because the timestamp on the Jar files(created in India) is different than the local time on the Production server? Is the timestamp on the Jar files checked during the deployment ? If yes, is there any way by which we can skip the check ?
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