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Hema lata
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Hi,

I am studying the jsp architecture. I am bit lost in identifying different parts of jsp architecture in a deployed web application.

could you please help to identify
-Jsp engine,
-servlet container,
in tomcat/web logic application servers.

Where the above 2 parts can be found in the folder stucture of tomcat and weblogic.

I hope I am putting across my query clearly.

thanks
[ December 29, 2006: Message edited by: Hema lata ]
 
Bear Bibeault
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Hema lata, "pls" is not a word. Please use real words such as "please" when posting.

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poorna prakash parvathala
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For Tomcat
In commons directory you find the appropriate .jar files which serves the JSP Engine, ServletContainer implementations as per Servlet and JSP specifications.

# catalina.jar - Implementation of the Catalina servlet container portion of Tomcat.
# el-api.jar - EL API.
# jasper.jar - Jasper Compiler and Runtime.
# jasper-el.jar - Jasper EL implementation.
# jasper-jdt.jar - Eclipse JDT Java compiler.
# jsp-api.jar - JSP API.
# servlet-api.jar - Servlet API.

Im not quite sure about WebLogic's implementations but, most of the implementations will be reside in weblogic.jar .
 
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