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Servlet Container adds WEB-INF/classes and META-INF directories to the classpath of the web application. How can i see this classpath say in tomcat ?
 
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I'm not sure the container adds META-INF to the classpath. What you need to know to make your app work is that un-jarred classes should be placed under WEB-INF/classes in directories mirroring the package structure as usual and jarred classes in WEB-INF/lib.

The container will then make the classes available on the class path.
 
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