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noob question about a 404 - POST warning

 
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Hello,

I'm still a big noob at GWT but i'm trying to follow the example from the packt coockbook to get started with it,
I'm currently trying to save some information i entered in a form to my DB but i get this warning, so probably I mapped something wrong in my Service interface.

this is my interface with my mapping



And this is the warning



how do i map this correctly? and is there a way to map it in my web.xml file asswell?

cheers

 
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resolved, had to add the servlet in the web.xml file
 
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Jeroen Nouws wrote:resolved, had to add the servlet in the web.xml file



Hi Jeroem. I got the same problem down here, kindly explain < code snippet> how you did it in the web.xml

Thanks in advance
 
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Seq Lu wrote:

Jeroen Nouws wrote:resolved, had to add the servlet in the web.xml file



Hi Jeroem. I got the same problem down here, kindly explain < code snippet> how you did it in the web.xml

Thanks in advance



You can add a servlet to the web.xml by adding these tags between the web-app tags:

 
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