Scott Ferguson wrote:
> Oh. I'd forgotten that we'd done that.  I'm pretty sure that's outside  
> the spec, so you can't rely on it.

Yeah, from some quick testing, Tomcat 6 did keep dates, but Glassfish V3 
does not. As you say, certainly not something I can depend on. It 
complicates the clustered deployment of something like a JNLP app, but 
really any form of caching that uses the timestamp of the resource to 
determine whether it's current.

Thanks for the follow-up.

Matt



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