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I have a servlet in a deployed .war file on Sun Java System Web Server 6.1. I have a JSP that is not deployed in any .war file. How do I forward from the servlet to the JSP. I can't figure out how to obtain a context to the jsp pages in the default webapp which are outside of a .war file.

I see that the jsp .class files are in /opt/sun/web/https-c3qweb1/ClassCache/https-c3qweb1/default-webapp where https-c3qweb1 is the name of our virtual server. There is not an explicit WEBAPP entry for the default webapp in server.xml.

Is it possible to obtain the context of these jsps which are outside of .war files?
 
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I got this to work by doing the following:
 
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