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404 Error while trying to run my application in Tomcat 1.6

 
Hareendranath Babu Kotha
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Hi Everybody,

I am a new bee to Java Web applications. I am using Java 1.6 and Tomcate 1.6 to run one small example to start with .I am facing a problem while trying to run my application . This is the directory i am following "C:\Program Files\Tomcat 6.0\webapps\Testing"

Testing Folder contains WEB-INF folder and this WEB-INF contains web.xml and classes folder. I am able to see Tomcat home Page successfully ,and my application name is being listed with the lsit of default example applications. when i tried clicking on "Testing" . I am getting 404 Error. The thing is when i tried placing error-page tag in web.xml it is being redirected to respective page. Find below the piece of code in web.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
<web-app xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee/web-app_2_4.xsd"
version="2.4">
<display-name>Testing</display-name>
<description>a basic application.</description>
<error-page>
<error-code>404</error-code>
<location>/indexing.html</location>
</error-page>
</web-app>

indexing.html is placed parallelly to WEB-INF.

Can any one help me What could be going wrong. i want see all the contents(jsps/htmls etc..) in "Testing" application.

Thanks in Advance ,
 
Charles Owen
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Where are your web pages (jsp,html) for your application located? It's a good idea to have an index.jsp as your welcome page. You can specify your welcome page in the web.xml for your application.
 
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Tomcat 1.6? I think not. What version are you really using?
 
Hareendranath Babu Kotha
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Bear Bibeault : Sorry its Tomcat 6.0

Charles Owen : "Where are your web pages (jsp,html) for your application located? It's a good idea to have an index.jsp as your welcome page. You can specify your welcome page in the web.xml for your application. "

i am getting 404 Status Error upon click on "Testing" application link in Tomcat Home Page. I tried wiht your idea. But it did not work !!!

Can anyone help me out please.

Thanks In Advance,
 
Hareendranath Babu Kotha
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Charles Owen : "Where are your web pages (jsp,html) for your application located? It's a good idea to have an index.jsp as your welcome page. You can specify your welcome page in the web.xml for your application. "

Thanks Now it is working with out getting 404 error with welcome page option. i did not kept relative path properly last time.

My question is cant i proceed with out mentioning the welcome page ?


banghead:

Thanks in advane :
 
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