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scwcd hints doubt ?

gurpeet singh
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given is the point from scwcd hints at https://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ScwcdHints

12) Having a directory called WEB-INF is a strong recommendation, but not an absolute obligation. Look out for questions that ask you to say whether a web application must have particular directories. The correct answer is no!

i think as per servlet spec it is required to have WEB-INF directory. correct me if am wrong ?


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Frits Walraven
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If you read the specs well you can't find any place that it states that a web-application must have a WEB-INF directory. So technically spoken you can have a web-application without a WEB-INF directory with only JSPs and HTML-files in the root directory of the web-app. However nobody will ever use this in production of course.

check this WEB-INF-Directory-mandatory thread.

I think the Servlet 3.0 specs should have fixed this issue and made the WEB-INF directory mandatory.

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Frits
 
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