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Allowed content of a WAR

Alex Serna
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Hi everyone,

I found a Whizlab mock question that says that JSP pages are not allowed inside the WEB-INF directory of a WAR file. Doesn't it work like when the app isn't packed in a WAR? I thought JSPs could be placed there, but they wouldn't be directly accessible by clients.

Thanks!

Bear Bibeault
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You are correct.


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Alex Serna
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Thank you!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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