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Compiled JSP pages in a project

jsf geeks
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Hi all,

I want to know that, can I have the compiled JSP pages in project, so that anybody can't see my code by viewing source code from the browser ?

Is there any way to achieve this? I am newbie to this...

Thanks in advance,
JSFGEEKS
Bear Bibeault
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No one can see your code from the browser already. All that they can see is the generated HTML that is sent to the browser.


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