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Hi All,
I'm trying to learn JSP and Javaservlets by designing a Auction house from the book JSP from Scrath.
I'm using Tomcat 5.0.16 and Eclipse IDE. I created a new Tomcat Project Tom1. Then did a Helloworld.jsp. It works fine.
Now I created a new Project Tom2. Did all the basic adjustments I di with the Tom1 project. Put the same code of Helloworld an it will not work > Http:404 Error message !!!. Can some one please help. It is real frustrating to hit a wall even before the start
I have set the JDK_HOME, TOMCAT_HOME and classpaths everything. If anything was wrong there Tom1 was not supposed to work. Cannot figure out H.E.L.P
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PALANI KUMART
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Never mind .....I stopped and started the Tomcat and everything is working fine. Even my calemdar update is working .....Cool ......
Now do we have to start and stop the Tomcat every time we start a new project in the Eclipse IDE ?!!!
 
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Moving to the Tomcat forum.
 
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Use "Likha Devcentre". You can control your Tomcat webapp from the IDE itself!

Originally posted by PALANI KUMART:
Never mind .....I stopped and started the Tomcat and everything is working fine. Even my calemdar update is working .....Cool ......
Now do we have to start and stop the Tomcat every time we start a new project in the Eclipse IDE ?!!!

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