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How to compile JSP?

 
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Hello JSP experts,
I am a novice in using JSP.I use tomcat 3.1 for the same.
How to compile jsp file ,what i mean exactly is how do we know simple Java & related errors without actually having to invoke the jsp page thru the browser. I know that if there is any error the same can be viewed on the browser screen when the JSP is invoked.But is there a way where in atleast the translation time errors are done away with before viewing in the browser.
Thanx in advance,
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As far as I know you can only compile a jsp page when it is invokled by the browser
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There is no "standard" way to do this. It depends on which servlet container you are using. I know that Resin has a way of doing this, and I guess thatn Tomcat does too. Please check out the web site or mailing list of the container you are using.
 
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Tomcat does it???/
Please tell me how
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Tomcat's JSP compiler is named "org.apache.jasper.JspC". Check out the jspc.bat or jspc.sh scripts in the tomcat bin directory.
 
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Hi,
I have tried it long time ago.It'll work ,try using the command below.You must specify the uriroot (The root directory of your input files -- jsp's).The -webxml creates web.xml(but you must use -webapp as show below).The c.jsp is my only jsp in the c:\.Hope this will help you.
jspc -uriroot c:\ -webxml c:\web.xml -webapp c:\ c.jsp

Venu

 
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Thank u all for the responses
Venugopal,
I did try the jspc but it gives me exception IllegalArgumentException. Unknown object java.util.Hashtable etc.
please explain in detail the options of jspc. and till which directory i got to give
regards
Cherry
 
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