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Heyy everyone long long back I have asked a Question like ?? Which file converts Jsp into servlets in Jsp Engine.But I couldn't get the correct answer from anyone.Now I got the answer from a book !! Here it is A built-in Jsp Compiler called "jsp.jikes" which is a part of the JSP engine, to Compile JSP Files into Servlets I thing Iam on the correct way... Thanks, Regards, Sangeetha Prabindh
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The answer to your question depends, of course, on the specific JSP engine you're using. There are many independent implementations, and each one will have its own tools for doing this conversion. There are a few configuration properties used by the JRun container with names like "jsp.jikes.something", and there's a jsp.compiler property for that same container that can have the value "jsp.jikes", so I guess that's what you're talking about. But all of these properties have to do with how the generated .java files are compiled into .class files, not how the .jsp files are translated into .java files.