dlinetsk
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New functions added to RequestRulesUserLibrary.js do not get recognized by WorkBench

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Hello,

We've been using RequestRulesUserLibrary.js for quite a long time, and never had issues. However, recently any new function added to the RequestRulesUserLibrary.js in our DEV environment stopped being recognized by workbench. All old functions in RequestRulesUserLibrary.js file are recognized and working.

We have two nodes, both have the same RequestRulesUserLibrary.js file. We tried restarting server, cleaning up tmp/work folders. Nothing helps.

We tried in our TEST environment, and we cannot replicate this issue there. All new functions are getting recognized no problem.

We cannot identify any difference between environments - any ideas where we may need to check/look?

 

Thank you!

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dlinetsk
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Re: New functions added to RequestRulesUserLibrary.js do not get recognized by WorkBench

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The issue was resolved. It turned out to be Java cache issue on client's machine. After clearing the java cache the functions are getting recognized by the workbench.

 

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dlinetsk
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Re: New functions added to RequestRulesUserLibrary.js do not get recognized by WorkBench

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The issue was resolved. It turned out to be Java cache issue on client's machine. After clearing the java cache the functions are getting recognized by the workbench.

 

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