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v venkatesh
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Joined: Jun 09, 2001
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Iam able to work with jsp when i kept my .html files and .jsp in the same folder.I want to have a separate folder to keep all my
.html and .jsp pages .how can i do.Can any body give me some ideas based on this situation?
vikinsa
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Joined: Apr 18, 2001
Posts: 46
In the same web root folder make two folders first for html and second for the jsp. keep the corresponding files in that. That is all. But you need to change the paths of the JSPs and HTML in your application.
Originally posted by v venkatesh:
Iam able to work with jsp when i kept my .html files and .jsp in the same folder.I want to have a separate folder to keep all my
.html and .jsp pages .how can i do.Can any body give me some ideas based on this situation?


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