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Getting HTTP Status 404 – error  RSS feed

 
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Hi
I am a Servlets and JSP newbie. igot  Http status 404 error whenever i run my servlet program using Tomcat 8..5.31 .i used eclipse(Oxygen) .And the ports used by the tomcat server are Tomcat admin port:8006
Http:8081   AJP:8010
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The error i got
 
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WEB-INF and the files and directories under it are not addressable via external HTTP URL requests. That's part of the J2EE standard and not because of Tomcat or Eclipse. Any J2EE or JEE server would refuse to display this data.
 
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Thank you that was helpful...it resolved my issue 
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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