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how to organize your development directory structure

ali mohamed
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Hi,Nice to be hear :
can any one tell me how to set a development environment for developing a dynamic web site using jee (jsp,servlets,javabeans)
i mean how organize your development directory structure
Nam Ha Minh
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Do you mean directory structure of the application being developed?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Ali,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

A web application has a standard directory structure. The link doesn't clearly state that the Java files are in a separate directory (not /classes) and just compiled into /classes.


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