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ClassNotFoundException in Jsp Precompilation

 
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I am using tomcat 5.5. I am trying to precompile all my JSPs using Jasper2. After my ant script runs successfully. i am trying to access my index.jsp, which gives me ClassNotFoundException. Can anyone help me resolving this?

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Which class isn't found? Is it imported by the page? Did the precompilation produce a class file for that page?
 
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There are no class files. All files are java files.
 
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It produces class files for tags but not for jsps.
 
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A ClassNotFoundException means that a class that is used by the code is missing. The exception message tells you which one it is. Make sure it's somewhere where both the Ant task and your web app can find it.
 
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