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JSP in eclipse question

 
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We have a custom off the shelf java / enterprise application with some customizations. I've been asked to make a JSP modification. That said when I look at our project tree in Eclipse - there's no listing of jsp files - just customized java (non custom code resides elsewhere). So my questions based on my confused state here:
1. Eclipse can be used for jsp development - is there a plugin requirement?
2. To access jsp files which are clearly located in another directory - is it simply a matter of file ==> open ==> browse to the desired jsp files.
3. Are there any other requirements for jsp development?

JSP newbie here so any information offered is appreciated. Tutorial recommendation would help. Thanks.
 
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Well, this is a question about Eclipse, isn't it? We have a forum about IDEs so let's move it over there.

You might also want to provide a title for your post which isn't completely empty of meaning. A title which might make somebody want to look at it. There's an "Edit" button which you can use to edit your post, and you can change the title there.
 
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I updated the topic title. Take note.
 
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