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i am trying to sending the jar file to the browser.
but it gives fileNot found exception.
i put jsp.jar files in webContent directory in my project.



 
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Well, you are not giving any file system path to the file. How is it supposed to know where the file is?

You might also want to check your spelling of the header values.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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