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From <n...@mcbennett.net>
Subject RE: jsp pages under WEB-INF..
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2001 20:09:54 GMT
I see what you mean, but its a bit tricky to know where to draw the line
sometimes. A typical form which takes user input, may need to be navigated
directly, but at the same time there may be some grounds for wanting it
hidden under WEB-INF.

/Neil

> If I understand the philosophy behind placing JSP pages in WEB-INF, it
> is to secure them as resources... Only JSP pages that are NOT to be
> directly navigated to should go there. These JSP pages can be accessed
> by being included from another JSP page, or forwarded to.
>
> Welcome files, such as index.jsp should continue to reside in the top
> level of your application.
>
> Hope this helps,
> -david




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