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I am trying to compile a .java file which inclucdes 'include' statments pointing to javax.servlet.jsp. I don't actually have the .jsp part. Where can I find it?
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Do you mean import (not include) statement?
javax.servlet.jsp package is located in servlet.jar archive. Add it to your classpath like this:

#javac -classpath $CATALINA_HOME/common/lib/servlet.jar *.java

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