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where to place Bean files.

 
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Hi all,
Can somebody tell me where to place(Path) the bean files(java files containing bean code) in Tomcat and JRun ?Thanx in advance.
 
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Put your bean class in the WEB-INF\classes directory of your web applications.
 
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Hi Satya,
Whenever I test a servlet or a JSP on any web server, I run the samples available with that server and immediately come to know the path structure of the web and doc modules.
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