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my first application its not available

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hi guys,,
i got a problem so i'm using netbeans 7.0, richfaces and tomcat as a server but before i use tomcat as a server, i used jboss
and my richfaces application worked,,
and then i tried to use tomcat and when i deploy there is no error in catalina.out
but when it called on the browser i got this messages

HTTP Status 404 -

type Status report


description The requested resource () is not available.
Apache Tomcat/7.0.11

there has to be changed anymore??
like pom.xml maybe or anything else

thanks in advance
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Recent versions of JBoss have JSF-impl.jar built into the JBoss server. Tomcat does not, so you have to include it in the deployed WAR. You may have to include one or 2 other JARs as well, depending on what version of the core JSF you're using (I use the Sun RI these days).

If that doesn't help, show us what URL you submitted.
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