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I will be using ant to create a war file to be deployed into the application server. Its a java based application. Is there any standard alternatively Can somebody give me some insights into how I should organize my files, give that it will contain the following: 1) jsp files 2) java files in different packages 3) jar files for various api's 4) tld files 5) image files 6) pdf files Thanks
I generally organize my folders as follows: 1. JSPs, static web content, etc. go into a folder organized in the fashion that I want it organized on the site. 2. Configuration files (struts-config, web.xml, tlds) go in a configuration folder. 3. Any jars that need to be in the the WEB-INF/lib folder go into a folder called library. 4. My source code goes into a folder called src. It is organized in that folder by package. 5. My unittesting source code goes in a folder called test.