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Website running through NetBeans but not through Eclipse On IE? Any Reason?

 
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Hi,
I have developed one website using Eclipse IDE. At the development time,i used to check it on firefox. It was working fine. After completion of my project, i tried to run it on IE. But


The webpage cannot be found
HTTP 404

shows up. It is working fine on Firefox and Chrome.
After that i imported project into NetBeans, and ran the project and through NetBeans,it is working on IE,No error.
What is the problem?
 
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By the way, i have latest version of firefox 17 ,chrome version 21and IE9.
 
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1) What kind of a server did you deploy the web app to?

2) Was the server running and the app deployed when you tried to run it?

3) Have you tried to manually run and deploy the web app (without using an IDE to do anything beyond writing, compiling and perhaps packaging the web app)?

Usually, IDEs just get in the way of understanding the problem, and it is better to do things manually so that you know they were done correctly.
 
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Hi,
Thank you for replying me.

Peter Johnson wrote:1) What kind of a server did you deploy the web app to?


I use tomcat server 7 to deploy the app.

Peter Johnson wrote:
2) Was the server running and the app deployed when you tried to run it?


Yes,server was running,other browser were able to display the webpage.

Peter Johnson wrote:
3) Have you tried to manually run and deploy the web app (without using an IDE to do anything beyond writing, compiling and perhaps packaging the web app)?


Yes, i tried manually running web app but no use.
Usually, IDEs just get in the way of understanding the problem, and it is better to do things manually so that you know they were done correctly.
Thank you for that tip.
 
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I wrote above post for someone's future reference. I have found solution to my problem.
It was very strange than i thought.
Well, i had installed two databases on my system, MySql and Oracle and i used MySql for all my web applications. It was Oracle database that was creating problem. It occupied port 8080.
When i uninstalled Oracle,website was running fine on IE also.
Now my question is, why oracle wasn't affecting other browsers?
And how to get around this problem if i want to use both database in future?
 
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