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Chapter 28. Java Reporting Components > Configuring the Application Server

Configuring the Application Server

Although building Web applications in Java is meant to be independent of application servers, the J2EE standard tends to be interpreted differently for each vendor's application server. Because of this, each application server has a different way of performing Web application configuration. The general rule is that there is a folder structure like this:

\webApplicationFolder
    \WEB-INF
        web.xml
        \lib
        \classes


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