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Question for Frank Carver!!!!

Mahajan Bhupendra
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Joined: Dec 01, 2000
Posts: 118
hi ,
i m using resin server
Q1.when run my jsp page (stored at C:\resin-1.3.b1\doc\WEB-INF\classes ) through browser.
As i suppose after compilation of jsp page there should be
two new files .java and .class, the funniest thing is that,
i m getting the output and i m not able to found .java and
.class files anywhere i founded it using find option.
Q2. My next question is where should i put the normal class
files so that i can use them (i.e. creating objects of them
in jsp file) ..
Thanx in advance...
Frank r u there to help me...

<B>Bhupendra Mahajan</B>
Mahajan Bhupendra
Ranch Hand

Joined: Dec 01, 2000
Posts: 118
i thought there is a moderator with name Frank Carver...
who has given me advice of using resin server...
Frank Carver

Joined: Jan 07, 1999
Posts: 6920
There is such a person, but he doesn't often check the Ranch at weekends...
First, I'm worried that you say you put your JSP file in WEB-INF\classes. That's not the best place for JSP files, which should really be in the same place as static html files (in your case c:\resin-1.3b1\doc).
Normal class files, or indeed normal java source files for Resin to compile for you, should be placed in WEB-INF\classes. Remember, though, that if you have any package declarations in your files, you should place the classs file (or java source files) in an appropriate directory structure under WEB-INF\classes. For example, if your class is in package com.somewhere.stuff it should be placed in WEB-INF\classes\com\somewhere\stuff\
Does this help?

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