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Where is my translated JSP?

 
Greenhorn
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Using Resin, where can I find the translated JSP file prior to the compiled servlet.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi,
Its specific to application server implementation.
In Tomcat, It uses work directory to create the compiled JSPs. In JRun It stores unser WEB-INF\JSP directory.
cheers.
 
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