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Not able to see the generated servlet from jsp.

 
upanshu vaid
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Hi ,
I am not able to see the generated servlet while running jsp.
I did a bit of google search but not succeed .
I also configured the web.xml in conf folder of tomcat

kindly help on this.
 
William Brogden
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1. Which version of Tomcat?
2. Where did you look for the generated servlet?

Bill
 
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Thanks,
I am using version apache-tomcat-6.0.37 ,
I am looking in the following path
C:\Program Files (x86)\apache-tomcat-6.0.37\work\Catalina\localhost
and under the localhost folder there is no folder getting generated for the mine webapp name.
Thanks again
 
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Hmmm - in my Tomcat 6.0.14 I find the following under work: ( note, .......... added to create indent )

Catalina
.....Localhost
........._ (thats a single underscore character)
............ org
................. apache
.......................jsp (has index_jsp.java and index_jsp.class

Where index.jsp sits in the ROOT directory.

Since the default for keepgenerated is true, my web.xml does not change the default.

Bill
 
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