I will jar up tag libraries into a nice and tidy package. And any classes or servlets that are part of "frameworks" or other systems meant to be shared across multiple web apps. But for servlets that are speicfic to a particular web app, I just put those under WEB-INF/classes.
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but i dont think that there are no security issues involved if we
I found classes more convenient for development for some servlet containers, you can replace just a single .class or .properties without jarring. From other side I use signed jar which includes a servlet, a web started app and applet, so see one jar for everything!
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compiler will give preference to load .class files present in classes folder and then it loads .class files present in jar. and there is no difference. but when u deploy u r applicaion from one server to another it will be easy to deploy if ur application is in the form of jar.
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