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servlet class of my jsp page

rucha kulkarni
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Joined: Aug 05, 2010
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hi friends,
where i can see the generated servlet class of my jsp page?
J. Kevin Robbins
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It varies depending on your server. On my Tomcat 6.0 on Redhat system they are located under /opt/apache-tomcat-6.0.20/work/Catalina/localhost/mfgweb/org/apache/jsp.

If you are working in an IDE, you can usually see it from there. In Netbeans 7.2, right-click the file in the Projects view and choose "View Servlet". I'm sure Eclipse has a similar function somewhere.


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