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WEB-INF\classes folder

vikas sharmaa
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suppose i have a java file name com\ where com is the package name. now where shall i put my Test.class file for tomcat server. under WEB-INF\classes\ folder or WEB-INF\classes\com\ folder. Please tell me.
Bauke Scholtz
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Please don't do that without notification of a valid reason. It's considered as very rude.
Bear Bibeault
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Bauke Scholtz wrote:Crossposted:
Please don't do that without notification of a valid reason.

No. Don't do it at all, with or without a reason.

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