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Where to place the Bean package in J2EE server

 
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I am programming a j2ee application with servlets and jsp.
One of the servlets will use a bean and set it as request
attribute,then forward to a jsp.In the jsp,it get the
attribute bean from request.So,the servlet has a statement
"import bank.bean.MyBean",the jsp has a directive
<%@ page import "bank.bean.MyBean" %>
The application is named "bank".
The development file system structure is like:
/bank/servlets/*.java (package bank.servlets)
/bank/bean/*.java (package bank.bean)
/bank/*.jsp
I am using a J2EE server,and use that deploytool to apploy
the servlets and jsp,now,it seems all servlets class files
are in the /bank/WEB-INF/classes/bank/servlets and all jsp
files are in the /bank/ root directory.
but where I place the package "bank.bean"? I need to make
the bean class files accessible to the servlets and jsp.
Do I have to make a jar file for the bean and add the path
to CLASSPATH?
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