JSP classes warning:

I have a webroot/WEB-INF/jsp directory with my jsps. When I compile I get the following warning for all my jsps:
Warning: package name web2d_inf._jsps does not match source file name C:\CVSHome\Orion\jdev\registration\regView\classes\.jsps\_WEB_2d_INF\_jsps\_testname.java
I am using JDev 9.03x

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              > >> > ----------------------------------------------------------
              > >> > [email protected] phone: +358-0-511-23587
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