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I had a question on SO that noone replied to.

By investigating the issue more and more, I found out that the real reason of the problem lies completely elsewhere than I initially asked.

Should I completely rewrite the question, or close this one and make a new one? The question itself is here

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3416051/java-program-with-eclipselink-toplink-runs-incredibly-slow-with-java-web-start

I found out that it has, in fact, nothing to do with TopLink/EclipseLink.

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I would close and open a new question, referencing the original so people have context

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hm, I found out I can't close question just by myself – Karel Bílek Aug 6 '10 at 23:59
    
@Karel, you can always flag it for moderator attention if you really want it closed. If it a real question that may help others I would just leave it there, and remember to accept an answer – waffles Aug 8 '10 at 23:13

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