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Directory Structure of a Web Application

Ajay Njallacattu
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Hi All,

I was working on eclipse galelio on development of Web Based Application. This is based on MVC architecture. I have worked only on Java Application and new to web based application.

Could any one help me in finalising the directory structure which need to be used in developing web application.


Thanks n Regards

Ajay Joseph
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Ajay,
This Tomcat document describes it well. Consider installing the Eclipse web tools plugin to make web development easier.


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