i'm totally new to spring i downloaded a rcp zip from spring and there is a war file; i used my tomcat to deploy it, tomcat says its running, but i cant see it(petclinic web app) what am i doing wrong? when i click in tomcats manager link column of respective app (of the war), shows 404 error msg...
HTTP Status 404 - /spring-richclient-petclinic-server-0.2.1/
but ehre can i see it? [ September 30, 2006: Message edited by: miguel lisboa ]
posted 13 years ago
i deleted war file from tomcat install, used tomcat's manager page to deploy it agsain, restarted server and got: /spring-richclient-petclinic-server-0.2.1 Petclinic RCP Web Services false 0 Start Stop Reload Undeploy when i click on start, i get: FAIL - Application at context path /spring-richclient-petclinic-server-0.2.1 could not be started i inspected inside war file and couldnt find any jsp, servlet or html file, so i guess maybe this war file isnt ready for displaying could this be true?
Next, you need to make sure that everything needed by your web.xml is present, for example the Spring jar should be in WEB-INF/lib.
In any case, check the logs under Tomcat_home/logs to see what exactly goes wrong during context initialization. Or if you can run Tomcat from command line, you should be able to see it on your console.
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