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Good day all,

I am writing my first web app and am experiencing an issue with a servlet (I only have one ). When accessing my servlet via URL, I receive the below error:

HTTP Status 404 - /TiffanyPadilla/servlet/HelloWho
type Status report
message /TiffanyPadilla/servlet/HelloWho
description The requested resource (/TiffanyPadilla/servlet/HelloWho) is not available.
JBoss Web/2.1.6.GA


I have completed the following in order to make (or try to make) it work:

Edit the web.xml file for the web app (located at TiffanyPadilla.war/WEB-INF/lib/web.xml):

Created a context.xml (located at TiffanyPadilla.war/META-INF/context.xml):

The app also deployed fine, with no errors:

Using the following resources:
  • Mac OS X
  • JBoss 6.0
  • Netbeans 6.8

  • Would someone mind helping me figure out why I get the error? Please let me know if you need further details.
     
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    your web.xml is weird,It contains servlet-mapping for Invoker servlet which is in server.xml normaly . and I dont find suitable url-pattern of servlet-mapping.

    Note : try to avoid Invoker Servlet,It will tie you in certain area
     
    dj padilla
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    Hi Seetharaman,

    Thanks for the reply. In order to secure the server, I have left the servlet for the Invoker commented out in the jboss server xml file, and allowed it explicitly in this web app. Unfortunately, this is for a my Advanced Java class and can't get around allowing this. I need to be able to call a servlet explicitly via the browser.
     
    dj padilla
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    Hi all,

    I tried to mess with a few things, and am now back to the error i started with:

    2010-03-25 21:55:05,717 ERROR [org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[jboss.web].[localhost].[/TiffanyPadilla]] (HDScanner) Servlet /TiffanyPadilla threw load() exception
    java.lang.SecurityException: Restricted class: org.apache.catalina.servlets.InvokerServlet



    Argh! How frustrating!
     
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    Maybe these post might help,

    http://www.coderanch.com/t/477865/JBoss/do-enable-invoker-servlet-JBoss
    http://www.coderanch.com/t/87535/Tomcat/Security-Exception-while-starting-tomcat

    I did not understand why you need to use the invoker-servlet at all.
     
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    Agreed--there's little reason to use the invoker servlet, and good reasons not to. If you need to invoke known servlets, just map them.

    In any case, servlets must be in a package other than the default package.
     
    dj padilla
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    Thanks all,

    I appreciate your help. I've actually read and re-read the posts mentioned, but I can't seem to enable invoking my individual servlet. This is just for a class, and running on my Mac, so I'm not worried about security. If someone has another idea about how I can enable the ability to invoke my servlet via browser I would greatly appreciate it. For now, I took your advice and removed the invoker servlet from my web.xml and placed my individual HelloWho servlet in a package called Hello.

    Any other suggestions? I'm still faced with a 404.

    Thanks!
     
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    Did you put the servlet into a package other than the default package, like I mentioned previously?
     
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    Could you post the new web.xml and the URL you are trying to hit. Hope you remember that the URL are CaSe sensitive!
     
    dj padilla
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    David Newton wrote:Did you put the servlet into a package other than the default package, like I mentioned previously?


    From my last post...

    For now, I took your advice and removed the invoker servlet from my web.xml and placed my individual HelloWho servlet in a package called Hello.

     
    dj padilla
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    Sam Mercs wrote:Could you post the new web.xml and the URL you are trying to hit.



    web.xml

    URL
    http://localhost:8080/TiffanyPadilla/servlet/HelloWho

    Sam Mercs wrote:Hope you remember that the URL are CaSe sensitive!


    I understand case sensitivity. The below error, as provided in the initial post displays the URL I'm entering in the error...

    HTTP Status 404 - /TiffanyPadilla/servlet/HelloWho

     
    dj padilla
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    I'd like to be able to directly access my servlet via browser, if anyone has an idea how to do that it would be greatly helpful!
     
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    Package names should be all lowercase.

    Where did you put the class file? Without complete information, it's hard to help.
     
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    The URL should be /HelloWho, as the mapping is (if you're deploying to the root context), not /servlet/HelloWho.
     
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