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I was under the impression that whenever you modified or added entries into a table, you had to either bounce the process or purge the caches in order for the change to take affect. In doing some testing with tables, I modified some tables and ran messages through the interface via NetMonitor. I made changes to an existing entry in the table but didn’t do a bounce or a purge, and the expected value was translated to the message. I added an entry into the table but didn’t do a bounce or a purge, and the expected value once again was translated to the message.
Now, I’m on Cloverleaf 5.2, does the “bounce the process” or “purge the cache” thinking still hold true for modifications to tables?
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