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"Request method 'GET' not supported" jsp viewResolver JstlView

 
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This is the configuration I am using:

But when I do /context/ instead of going to index.jsp it says GET method not supported.

If I go through a controller it is able to find index.jsp.

Any idea?

Thanks.
 
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Hi Rajani welcome to JavaRanch.

Can you show us your web.xml file. Using a spring controller as a welcome file (a file which is opened when you directly hit the context path) can be a little tricky at times. There is a small article here on how to achieve it...
 
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Figured out the problem. I had commented out
//@RequestMapping("/login")
and not this @Controller in one of my controllers which had only POST method support.
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