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Struts Kick Start by Kevin Bedell, James Turner

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Web Application Deployment

In the previous section, I mentioned the WEB-INF subdirectory. This is just one of several required components of a working JSP application. In this section, you’ll learn what JSP expects to see and where it expects to see it.

Figure 5.4 shows a typical directory structure in JSP. At the top level is a directory, typically called webapps, which is the parent directory to all the applications installed on the JSP server. Beneath it are a number of subdirectories, each of which corresponds to a specific application. In this figure, only one subdirectory (app2) has been fully expanded; the others have been shaded out for space.

Figure 5.4. A typical JSP deployment structure.

Under the app2 directory, you find the ...

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