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Servlet orginal API in Eclipse

 
Harikrishna Gorrepati
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Hi, Please advice how to see the servlet and JSP API (HttpServlet code, GenericServlet Code etc..)code in Eclipse
 
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What I do is, in Eclipse, highlight a class such as HttpServlet and click F3. If Eclipse doesn't know where the source code for HttpServlet is then it will ask you. From there you can point to the file or folder that contains the source.
 
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Hi Tom, please let me know how to find the file or folder for source code.
 
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Never mind. I downloaded from Apache.
 
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Hi, Could you please let me know how to detach the original source code
 
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Look in your project properties, under Java Build Path, in the Libraries tab. Expand the appropriate JAR file (most likely servlet) and you will see a Source Attachment entry.
 
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Under Java Build Path --> Libraries tab--> Exapnded servlet-api.jar and found the source attachment. Thanks Peter
 
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