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WAR Directory Structure Spec

 
Paul Croarkin
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Where can I find an official specification outlining the web application directory structure? I've found many "how-to" guides to setting up the directory structure, but I'd like something official. A section number for a particular spec would be helpful.

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Paul
 
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Originally posted by Paul Croarkin:
Where can I find an official specification outlining the web application directory structure? I've found many "how-to" guides to setting up the directory structure, but I'd like something official. A section number for a particular spec would be helpful.

Thanks,
Paul



You could refer to Java Servlet Specification (version 2.4)

Here is online explanation of WAR file and its contents

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MZ
 
Paul Croarkin
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Thank you for your reply.

The Servlet Spec does have a brief section (9.4) on the Web app directory structure, buit it does not cover everything (TLDs for instance). I'm looking for an <b>official (i.e. specification)</b> document that spells out everything that can go into the web application directory and where it goes. I believe that HF Servlets and JSPs does a good job of explaining this, but I'd still like an official spec.

thanks,
Paul
 
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