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Hi I am studying HFSJ chapter 3 and i am finding following problem..!
As per the book i made one form.html page and put it into

Tomcat Directory/webapps/Beer-v1/form.html

Now i tried following:
http://localhost:8080/Beer-v1/form.html

It is saying page not found, I have put page inside that directory but still this irritating message, I have restarted tomcat and even my system but no solution..if i ping
http://localhost:8080/examples/index.html
and this
http://localhost:8080/
These are working fine then why there is a problem with my page
?

I am using Window vista..! Is it due to this crap window?
 
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Originally posted by Sunny Jain:
..if i ping


Are you really pinging? Why not just try them in your browser? Can you access the Servlet and JSP examples that come packaged with Tomcat?

One common problem is that people make their html file using Notepad and then do not change the "Save as Type" (.txt text file is the default), resulting in an actual file name of: somefile.html.txt even though windows hides the final extension.

Have you tried using an image or other kind of file?
 
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Hi Marc,

I have solved my problem, The problem was with web.xml file.
Now it is running fine.
 
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