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JavaServer Faces by Hans Bergsten

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Appendix F. Web Application Structure and Deployment Descriptor Reference

A complete Java web application may consist of several different resources: JSP pages, servlets, applets, static HTML pages, JSF components, custom tag libraries, and other Java class files. Starting with Version 2.2, the servlet specification defines a portable way to package all these resources together with a deployment descriptor that contains configuration information such as how all the resources fit together, security requirements, etc. This appendix describes the standard file structure for a web application and how to use the deployment descriptor elements defined by the Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0 specifications to configure the application.

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