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JRun 4 caching of error problem is driving me crazy!

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Hello World,
I'm using JRun 4 to connect to an Oracle database (I just upgraded this from the previous set up which connected to Access.)
When I get an error due to changes in SQL that causes an error, the error seems cached somewhere. No matter how much I change the Java code, I still get the error report saying that the error occured on the orignal lines - Even if those lines don't exist anymore!
I know something is cached somewhere, but I'm at my wits end as to where. I got around this once by uninstalling JRun, and installing it into a different directory. I tried just now completely uninstalling JRun, and then reinstalling it into a directory of the same name (after the entire orignal directory had been deleted) but the error continues.
This has been a real painful bug. Someone must have encountered this before somewhere. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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