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Manju Venkatachalam
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Joined: Oct 27, 2007
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In which location i should place my bean class for JSP. In /WEB-INF/Classes directory in Dynamic web projects or inside EJB module...I'm using Eclipse...
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Manju,
It depends what classes refer to those JavaBeans. If it is just the JSPs, they should go in the web project. If they are used by the EJBs too, they could go in the EJB project or a new project just for the Java Beans.


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Moving to the JSP forum since this isn't about HTML or JavaScript.
Manju Venkatachalam
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Thank You
 
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