troubleshooting Question

How do I get the real path of my 'src' folder in Netbeans

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Here's how my project folder looks like (i'm using netbeans):

/ProjectName
-->build
-->dist
-->nbproject
-->src
-->test
-->web

How do I get the real path of the src folder?
Using request.getContextPath returns my Apache Folder
However, the file is physically located in the netbeansproject folder which is different from the apache folder.
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Sathish David Kumar N
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