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Tahir Ehsan
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When I place a jsp file in webapps/ROOT folder, then this file can access the bean from WEB-INF/classes folder. But when I place the jsp file in webapps/Root/myfile folder, then bean is not accessible to this jsp file(myfile is self created folder). What should I do, when I place the jsp file in ROOT/myfile folder so it can access the bean from classes folder.
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Is myfile the root of another web application?


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Ben Souther
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Duplicate of:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/291782/JSP/java/jsp-useBean-help-required

Please try to keep this conversation in one thread.
Spreading it over multiple threads creates confusion and wastes the time of those trying to help you.


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