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Java file of a jsp in IDE

 
Rajesh Khan
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Hi i was just studying a bit more about the life cycle of jsp pages and i wanted to know is there a way in which i could examine the .java equivalent file of my .jsp page after it gets translated.
Since the .jsp page goes through the jasper translator to get a resulting .java file which gets executed in the _jspService(). Is it possible to read the code that gets placed in _jspService ??
 
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Depends upon which container you are using.
 
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Tom Cat
 
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You mean Tomcat.

Yes, Tomcat stores the generated Java files under its work folder.
 
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Well I dont see any files there ?? could it be because I am using eclipse for development and eclipse keeps it somewhere else ??
 
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Please mention when you are using an IDE. IDEs are not the real world and using them changes much about configuration.

This has been moved the the IDEs forum.
 
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