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Error allocating a servlet instance

 
Kamal Trivedi
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Exception report

Exception : Error allocating a servlet instance

What is this Error & how Can this error can be solved ?Please Help.
[banghead] I have get Stucked up....... [banghead]
I am calling this Servlet from one HTML page.





This is my Web.xml


This is my Servlet



This is my Form.html from where i am calling servlet




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[ July 20, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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When i run Form.html page & click submit,i get this error from tomcat
Error allocating a servlet instance
 
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Please be sure not to start new topics to add information to an existing one. Since you;ve provided more info in this topic, I'll close the previous one.
 
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Sorry .....i have made mistake.Please Delete previous topic.
 
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Error by tomcat

 
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root cause


What is the root cause exception?
 
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Root Cause Exception

 
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I got the solution.

I have configured tomcat to jre1.5
&
Classpath was pointing to jre1.6

So this Error occured.
 
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hi ~
maybe
<form method="POST" action="/yourAppName/SelectCoffee.do">
or
<url-pattern>SelectCoffee.do</url-pattern>

try that.
 
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Originally posted by Kamal Trivedi:
I got the solution.

I have configured tomcat to jre1.5
&
Classpath was pointing to jre1.6

So this Error occured.


Is this the problem?
I mean , a class compiled with JDK 1.5 should run well within JRE-1.6.
 
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Originally posted by Rahul Bhattacharjee:


Is this the problem?
I mean , a class compiled with JDK 1.5 should run well within JRE-1.6.


He had it the other way around.
His classpath (assuming, he meant path; what the compiler sees) is set to 1.6 and Tomcat was using 1.5
[ July 23, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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Originally posted by Ben Souther:
He had it the other way around.


silly of me.
 
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Originally posted by Kamal Trivedi:
I got the solution.

I have configured tomcat to jre1.5
&
Classpath was pointing to jre1.6

So this Error occured.


Glad it's working for you.
Thanks for posting back with the solution.
 
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