Deploying precompiled JSP

I am new to this,
so forgive me if my question sounds stupid/confusing..

BUT...

Where should I deploy precompiled JSPs ?

I am using Weblogic6.0- sp2
If I just deploy jsps, Weblogic in run-time puts classes in ....\wlserver6.0\config\mydomain\applications\.wl_temp_do_not_delete\WEB-INF\_tmp_war_myserver_myserver_crsweb\jsp_servlet\ directory
When I compile my JSPs  jsp_servlet directory is getting created with classes in it (_xxxx.class)

I tried to move this directory to  ....\wlserver6.0\config\mydomain\applications - but did not work
and  JSPs are getting compiled again in run-time

Thanks for any help
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jerelwConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I don't know if this is what you want, but you can set a property jspkeepgenerated=true

I believe that this will not re-generate your class files on every JSP change.
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rjackmanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
let the class files be there where it was created then try accessing it through browser
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