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Sarada Bhasker
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Where is the servlet created by the JSP Engine placed (in the web server) after the JSP is compiled for the first time?
Frank Carver
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This is up to the servlet container. It can put the class files anywhere it has a classloader for. If you mean where does it put the Java source code there's no requirement to put it anywhere - it can be discarded as soon as compilation is complete. To find out more you will need to consult the documentation for your JSP engine.


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