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.infinity.json is providing the expected result

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I am using AEM 6.3 and trying to get the response from the /mnt/override/<absolute-path>.infinity.json. When I hit the servlet the initial response is fine. But when I change the property value in the node and hit the servlet it's showing the previous result. But when I change the property value of a different node and try it's working fine. I tried recompiling jsp and rebuilding the clientlibs. Is the inifinity.json getting cached some where in AEM or the /apps/myproject/components/mycomponent is getting cached? Help would be greatly appreciated

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It's not cached. Depending on your setup you might have a dispatcher cache sitting in front of AEM and that might cache it (would be unusal though). Have you refreshed your browser. And are you sure that you saved your change?

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It's not cached. Depending on your setup you might have a dispatcher cache sitting in front of AEM and that might cache it (would be unusal though). Have you refreshed your browser. And are you sure that you saved your change?

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Thanks for the reply Jorg. No dispatcher is configured and I am directly hitting the app server and I am clearing the browser cache as well. To be more precise I am hitting the <component node path>.infinity.json and I am changing the property value in one of the nodes under cq:dialog. But when I hit the <node path>.infinity.json where I changed the property value it's showing proper results

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THis is interesting - can you test on a fresh AEM instance in your DEV environment and see if you get the same results.

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Thanks for the reply Scott. I am looking at the wrong node which is similar to this one.