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Posted on 2004-04-20
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If I have the following in my page:

<%@ page import="com.brocade.util.*" %>

How do I know where it is at (loaction and how do I look at the code in it?????
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Depends on the classpath used by your classloader.
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well as objects says, it can be in any jar file that are in the class path or your class loader..
and even if you find out where it is, its not a gaurntee that you will have to source code available in that jar file..

so techincally speaking just by seeing the import statement you can not figure out where to look for the source of the class
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Thanks again ! :)
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