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How to change the location of WEB-INF in an application  RSS feed

 
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I have seen that when we make a general application then it will simply create in :

<Server-Root>/webapps/<Project-Name>/WEB-INF
<Server-Root>/webapps/<Project-Name>/META-INF

But i want to make an application in which i want to make the structure like as follows:

<Server-Root>/webapps/<Project-Name>/abc/>WEB-INF
<Server-Root>/webapps/<Project-Name>/abc/META-INF

Means that i dont want to make an application directly,i like to create project , then a folder in that and then everything in that , like above we can see that in "/abc".

Please tell me that in which file should i make changes to achieve this, please tell me the procedure to do that.

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Gaurav
 
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If I understand what you want, that is not possible. Read the official Servlet API - downloadable here.
The location of WEB-INF within a web application is fixed in stone (or maybe epoxy.)
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