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Running a GWT Application After Deployment to Tomcat

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I'm playing around with building web apps in my free time using GWT because it's what we use at the company I'm interning with. I created a basic "new web application" following the GWT instructions page, and I've deployed it to my Tomcat server by copying my .war file to the webapps folder and restarting my server in Eclipse. I can access the main Tomcat page at localhost:8080 and see the application deployed in Tomcat Web Application Manager, titled "MyTaskApp", but when I try to go to localhost:8080/MyTaskApp I get an Http Status 404 error with description "The requested resource is not available". Are there some settings I'm missing?
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Check the catalina.out file in the logs directory - it will tell you whether there were problems starting up the app.
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