understanding folder structure inside an rpm

HI,
I have created an rpm. which per my understanding on installing will put a file name snippet.war inside /home/robinsu/tools/jetty/webapps folder.
I am attaching a screenshot which probably shows whats inside that rpm. Please guide me if i am correct or there is something wrong with the folder structure.
rpm.png
Thanks
Rohit BajajAsked:
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gheistCommented:
Can you look in spec file IF snipplet war is included in %files section?

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Rohit BajajAuthor Commented:
yes its there following is what is inside that file :
Name: codeSnippet
Version: 1.0
Release: null
Summary: snippet
License: 2015
Group: Application/Collectors
autoprov: yes
autoreq: yes
BuildRoot: /Users/robinsuri/Checkout/flock-snippets/target/rpm/codeSnippet/buildroot

%description

%files

%attr(-,tomcat,tomcat) /root/jetty/webapps/snippet.war

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