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From Rafael Muneton <rafael_mune...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: Why "tomcat" didn't compile my jsp's
Date Sat, 19 Sep 2009 20:22:03 GMT

OK Chuck:

Let me try with these changes.

I hope it can work now.

 

Thanks again.

Rafael.
 
> From: Chuck.Caldarale@unisys.com
> To: users@tomcat.apache.org
> Date: Sat, 19 Sep 2009 14:56:20 -0500
> Subject: RE: Why "tomcat" didn't compile my jsp's
> 
> > From: Rafael Muneton [mailto:rafael_muneton@hotmail.com]
> > Subject: RE: Why "tomcat" didn't compile my jsp's
> > 
> > My HelloRafael.war is formed according to this structure:
> > -Dir HelloRafael , under it, (this is the top dir)
> > -Dir docs , docs is empty.
> > -Dir src, inside src i placed HelloRafael.jsp
> 
> This is an error; the src directory is normally used to hold .java files, not JSPs. Also,
you should not include your src directory in your .war file.
> 
> > -Dir web, under web there are 2 subdirs, WEB-INF and images(empty).
> > -The build.xml file.
> 
> The build.xml file should not be included in the .war.
> 
> > Within the WEB-INF dir there are two more subdirs:
> > -Dir classes, for the compiled files.
> > -Dir lib, for the jar files needed.
> > -The web.xml file and again my HelloRafael.jsp
> 
> Your JSP files must not be placed under WEB-INF, since files under WEB-INF may not be
directly accessed via URL, and .jsp files have to be.
> 
> For this effort, the HelloRafael.jsp file should be placed at the top level of your webapp
- the same level as WEB-INF and docs.
> 
> - Chuck
> 
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