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Tomcat: How do I call JspC manually?

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It looks like org.apache.jasper.JspC has a main() method defined, So how should I call it to generate the desired .class file?

posted Sep 1, 2014 by Kiran

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1) http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-8.0-doc/jasper-howto.html#Web_Application_Compilation

2) Generally, bin/tool-wrapper.bat, bin/tool-wrapper.sh is designed as a wrapper for such command-line tools, but JspC depends on org.apache.tools.ant.Task, so you need to have Apache Ant libs on the classpath.

3) protected static final String SWITCH_HELP = "-help";

answer Sep 1, 2014 by Dewang Chaudhary
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