It's entirely up to the servlet/JSP container. it may not even be stored psically on disk, but only exist in memory or maybe in a database or other repository. Which servlet /JSP container are you using ?
Hello, In Javawebserver , If u compile JSP file , for that JSP file the generated servlet will be actually stored in Javawebser's tmp Directory. U check in c:\javawebserver\tmp\pagecompile\jsp\_yourjsp it will generate Three files 1) .java file of u r Jsp file 2).class for that java file and 3).dat file for that class U can open .java file with any editor.. Check it... Ganesh
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com