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The way from JSP page to .class file

Peter Braun
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Joined: Feb 09, 2005
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Hello,

While I had been reading about Lifecycle of JSP a question came to my mind: How can the Container compile a .java class translated from .jsp?
The Java API doesn't support compilation, does it? Does it call the javac complier in a shell?

I know it's not important, I'm just curious.

Peter
Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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Yes, it uses the same classes that make up the core of javac. They can be used directly if one knows the API. They're somewhere in the com.sun.* hierarchy, so you shouldn't be using them, of course (although they work just fine). If you look through the jar files that make up Tomcat, you'll find them.


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