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Hello World in Spring

 
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I am trying to implement the Hello world program given in the link HelloWorldSpring, I have followed all the steps and still not getting it to work.

By the way, yes I do have tomcat installed and working. This is my first spring web app program please help
 
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That tutorial is based on Spring 2.5. I would look for newer tutorials at least Spring 3. Also "Still not getting it to work" does not give us enough information to help you. Please read ItDoesntWorkIsUseless. I suggest you download STS (Spring Source Tool Suite) they have template projects in which you can start out with a simple hello world application and move forward from there. I think there is also a video tutorial out there I have not watched it personally but it might help.

See the Getting Started with Spring & SpringSource Tool Suite (STS) link HERE for the link to that video.
 
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I will go through that meanwhile can you help me understand what is wrong with this code? I will copy the code here.

applicationContext.xml


index.jsp


redirect.jsp



Please also see the eclipse view for the project attached with this.
 
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I don't see any attachments, but what I the most helpful for diagnosing problems is a stack trace. If it is not working most often there are exceptions in your console you always want to be sure you post the complete stack trace if you are getting exceptions.
 
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Hi Bill,

There are no errors, when I run the project as 'Run on Server', it goes to url http://localhost:8080/Spring_HelloWorld_browser/ and give the error HTTP Status 404 : The requested resource (/Spring_HelloWorld_browser/) is not available.
 
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and here is the image
 
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Are their Spring start up messages in your log? Are you bootstrapping Spring in your web.xml? Why are you not using maven? Configuring Spring projects by just adding all the jars to a lib directory is tedious and often times problematic.
 
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