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Hi all ,

I was just introduced to the world of seam .

I have followed many tutorials but still i am facing an error

After deploying my project and restarting my server i am still unable to view my project in the browser.

I am typing http://localhost:/8080/myprojectname

i am getting http status 404 error here

Can somebody guide to go pass through this


Can somebody please suggest me any tutorial for a beginner like me .

I am not only new to seam but also quite a fresher to java,j2ee
 
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http://localhost:/8080/myprojectname should be http://localhost:8080/myprojectname
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:http://localhost:/8080/myprojectname should be http://localhost:8080/myprojectname



sorry

there was typo error in my first post

i am typing http://localhost:8080/myprojectname in the browser and still facing the same error http 404 - status not found
 
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What happens when you access http://localhost:8080 ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:What happens when you access http://localhost:8080 ?



the server is up and running
 
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Check if there are some errors in the server logs.
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:Check if there are some errors in the server logs.



facing some errors

java.net.UnknownHostException:

org.jboss.deployers.spi.DeploymentException
 
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Did you follow these instructions ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:Did you follow these instructions ?



I have followed this particular tutorial

http://techieexchange.wordpress.com/2008/02/01/how-to-make-jboss-seam-work-with-eclipse-for-windows/

In fact i have tried out three or more ways

but still failing at the last step

whenever i try to view my project in browser getting 404 error
 
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What name did you give to your seam project ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:What name did you give to your seam project ?



it is Seam itself
 
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Mahendra Boppana wrote:

Christophe Verré wrote:What name did you give to your seam project ?



it is Seam itself



My question sounds a little dumb but;
are accessing http://localhost:8080/Seam
Since 'Seam' is your project name.

If not, when you deploy your 'Seam' project, do you face any deployment errors?
 
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H Jetly wrote:

Mahendra Boppana wrote:

Christophe Verré wrote:What name did you give to your seam project ?



it is Seam itself



My question sounds a little dumb but;
are accessing http://localhost:8080/Seam
Since 'Seam' is your project name.

If not, when you deploy your 'Seam' project, do you face any deployment errors?



Yeah i am accessing that same url

i am facing some exceptions
posted about them in previous post
 
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