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Publishing to Tomcat v7.0 Server at localhost has encountered problem

 
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Hi All,

When i try to Run my project on Server it id failing with below error.
I have tried alternatives given at google.com to resolve this but in vain.


Can someone please help me resolving this?

Thanks
Jay Shukla
 
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Are you deploying to tomcat from eclipse? Try deploying to a standalone tomcat instance (outside eclipse) and see if that works. If it works then the dependencies that your eclipse is using for tomcat maybe corrupt.
 
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I am getting below error in catalina logs when i try to deploy war separately in tomcat.



Not Sure how to resolve?
 
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you should not be including any jars that implement servlet specification inside your application. The exception says that you have a jar geronimo-servlet_3.0_spec-1.0.jar in your application.
Also Tomcat 6 implements the servlet 2.5 specification so you better not be trying to use servlet 3 features with it.
 
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Thanks for reply.
I have not explicitly imported any jars in this project. Can you please let me know how do i need to resolve this?

I checked in build path of the project also there is no Jars.

Thanks.
 
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I think this got added when i tried to deployed WAR through Tomcat GUI.
 
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No it didn't. Geronimo was a completely different webapp server than Tomcat is.
 
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Hi All,

I am able to clear all compilation errors / Markers.
But when i tried to deploy war to tomcat server separately (Not through Eclipse IDE) it failed with message "FAIL - Application at context path /CXFRestExample could not be started"

I am not able to understand what is getting wrong here.
Below is the trace from catalina.log

 
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Caused by: java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid LOC header (bad signature)



One of the jar files required by Spring is corrupt.

at org.springframework.core.io.support.PropertiesLoaderUtils.loadAllProperties(PropertiesLoaderUtils.java:112)



It's apparently one which contains some properties -- but I'd suggest getting rid of the whole lot and reinstalling from scratch.
 
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