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Hi i was just studying a bit more about the life cycle of jsp pages and i wanted to know is there a way in which i could examine the .java equivalent file of my .jsp page after it gets translated.
Since the .jsp page goes through the jasper translator to get a resulting .java file which gets executed in the _jspService(). Is it possible to read the code that gets placed in _jspService ??
 
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Depends upon which container you are using.
 
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You mean Tomcat.

Yes, Tomcat stores the generated Java files under its work folder.
 
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Well I dont see any files there ?? could it be because I am using eclipse for development and eclipse keeps it somewhere else ??
 
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Please mention when you are using an IDE. IDEs are not the real world and using them changes much about configuration.

This has been moved the the IDEs forum.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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