Does iSeries Cache my Java Class?

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Cache
Java
RPG
I am new to Java but have many years with RPG. I created a simple Java program with return value, prototyped it in RPG, executed it and all looked good. Then I tried to expand on the logic, but only the old logic will function. It is very much like it still has an old copy of the program in memory and won't load the updated version of the program. I use the javac command in qshell and I can see the time change on the .class file, but I do not get the new logic when called from RPG. What did I miss?

Software/Hardware used:
Power6 (iSeries), JDK1.4.2
ASKED: August 16, 2012  7:04 PM

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    Is your Java program bound to the RPG program?  If so, you'll need to update the RPG program to incorporate the modifications to the Java program.
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