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wrong with my tomcat

 
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Hi guys,
I don't know why my tomcat4.0 doesn't work well:
I can't read html files from browser.
It used to do well, but not now. Anyway, it still is fine with jsps and servlets.
Could someone tell me why?
Thanks,
 
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Tony
Could you be more specific about your problem, error codes (webserver - Apache/IIS)
I use Tomcat 3.X and 4.X in my production environments. Hope I can help you
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Hi,
I also have some strange problems with my Tomcat4.0.1. Every time I start up, I get
this error message:
ERROR reading java.io.ByteArrayInputStream@95a56
At Line 162 /web-app/servlet-mapping
I don't know where this error comes from. I checked web/xml, nothing relevant.
And I ran javaBeans examples under Tomcat several days ago with no problem, now I cannot run them well. I am wondering if the following URL is correct to run a date javaBean example:
http://localhost8080/examples/jsp/date.jsp
Or maybe just the way I put my URL is wrong?
Thanks.
Rick
 
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This happens when you upgrade from Tomcat 3.x to Tomcat 4.x. web.xml of both versions are not compatible. Try moving Tomcat4.x/conf/web.xml to <yourcontext>WEB-INF and restart.
Further, if you have any servlets in 3.x outside a package, they may not work.
HTH
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Originally posted by sita kodali:
This happens when you upgrade from Tomcat 3.x to Tomcat 4.x. web.xml of both versions are not compatible. Try moving Tomcat4.x/conf/web.xml to <yourcontext>WEB-INF and restart.
Further, if you have any servlets in 3.x outside a package, they may not work.
HTH
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Venkat


Thanks sita for your replay:
But I have never installed any previous verions of tomcat except 4.0.1. I can run servlets and ISPs smoothly, I just cannot run javaBean examples under tomcat now. Any more suggestions?
Thanks,
 
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Could you be more specific about your problem, error codes


The problem is:
When I type in http://localhost:8080/my.html into the browser, a window "Unknown File Type" is prompted. But I can open my.html as a common file
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Rick you might have solved it already, but it sounds like your web.xml does not have the servlet-mapping closing tag, or some other closing tag, I did that yesterday, and that was my fix.
 
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
Rick you might have solved it already, but it sounds like your web.xml does not have the servlet-mapping closing tag, or some other closing tag, I did that yesterday, and that was my fix.


Yes, I solved it. Thanks anyway, Mark.
Tell you the truth, this forum is not as active
as scjp forum, I miss that one already.
[ April 24, 2002: Message edited by: rick collette ]
 
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