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Where is my JSP converted servlet

Hi
I am using the Apache Tomcat Webserver
I have a small JSP which prints hello World
I am new to server programming and have been told again and again that a JSP get converted to a servlet "internally" by the webserver. My Question is where exactly is this "internally" and is there some place where i can see this servlet, may be the .class or the .jar or .war file

thanks and regards


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  • tprashanttprashant Member Posts: 5
    : Hi
    : I am using the Apache Tomcat Webserver
    : I have a small JSP which prints hello World
    : I am new to server programming and have been told again and again that a JSP get converted to a servlet "internally" by the webserver. My Question is where exactly is this "internally" and is there some place where i can see this servlet, may be the .class or the .jar or .war file
    :
    : thanks and regards
    :

    ya, you are told right that jsp is converted in "servlet"

    which server you are using?

    if you are you tomcat

    goto directory:

    "tomcat home"/work/localhost/"app name"/
    there you will find .java and .class both

    check it


    Prashant Trivedi
    Software Enginner
    Automated Workflow Pvt Ltd. India
    +919886545688
    tprashant@aworkflow.com

  • ksuryabaskarksuryabaskar Member Posts: 1
    : Hi
    : I am using the Apache Tomcat Webserver
    : I have a small JSP which prints hello World
    : I am new to server programming and have been told again and again that a JSP get converted to a servlet "internally" by the webserver. My Question is where exactly is this "internally" and is there some place where i can see this servlet, may be the .class or the .jar or .war file
    :
    : thanks and regards
    :
    :
    :
    Hi,
    I have read ur mail. And here is the answer for ur question.I didn't remember exactly what the path is.. So iam telling u what i remember.The jsp equivalent JSP program is stored in Tomcatwork-- .go inside th folders.

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