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where will be the generated Servlet stored

 
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As we knoe that Jsp page is internally converted into servlet.
where will be that servlet stored....
 
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If you're using Tomcat, the servlet .java and .class files are stored in work\Catalina\localhost\myapp where "myapp" is the name of your web application.
 
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ia m using weblogic server8.1. so where the generated servlet will store
 
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It is a server-dependent mechanism.
For me to view these servlets (i'm using WebSphere 5) i should
1) define extra parameter to create generated servlet files
2) locate them in workspace catalog
Both actions were recognized from documentation.
So, i think, you can try google to find the answer.
 
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