I dont think the standard is to have JSP pages inside the WEB-INF/ folder. Then again why put JSP pages in WEB-INF folder, cos it is there for you lib, classes and tlds.
How ever if you are trying to secure the files then you can add a value to your session object and check it on every page that should not be accessed by the browser and forward to an appropriate page if the value not found. That is what I do ..
Originally posted by cj jayamaha: I dont think the standard is to have JSP pages inside the WEB-INF/ folder.
Incorrect. It is very common to place the JSP page under WEB-INF so that they can only be accessed via their page controllers and not by direct URL access.
...cos it is there for you lib, classes and tlds.
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