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From Charles Sabourdin <sabour...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Thanks and a few more questions
Date Wed, 12 Jul 2000 14:08:13 GMT
JSP files are compiled by tomcat into class that
are goiing to be set into the "working
directory".
the compilation and the management of the HTTP
request are done by tomcat and its JVM
--- Joel Regen <joel@Globeset.com> a écrit : > 
> 
> Lloyd Weehuizen wrote:
> 
> > Hi
> >
> > Thanks to your help I managed to get .jsp's
> working. Looks like the
> > blackdown JRE doesn't include tools.jar. I
> downloaded the jdk and now its
> > working great.
> >
> > One other question. Can tomcat compile
> .java's on the fly (and cache
> > them). Or must I compile them manually and
> place them in cgi-bin with some
> > externsion that I can add to apache's config?
> >
> 
> Do you mean "does tomcat compile java files
> located in a web app automatically"?
> 
> If so, no you have to compile them and place
> them in tomcat's classpath either
> as .class files or in a jar file.
> 


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