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Hi All ,

I am deploying a new web application[ashish_test] inside tomcats webapps directory .
Foll. is the entry that i have added to my server.xml for this context
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<Context path="/ashishTest" docBase="ashish_test" debug="0"
reloadable="true" crossContext="true">
</Context>
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My tomcat server[4.1.18] is listening at port 9090.

Now when i try to hit a servlet "AshishHelloWorld" [kept in classes dir under web-inf , also tried keeping this servlet in servlets dir.] using the url

http://localhost:9090/ashishTest/servlet/AshishHelloWorld
or
http://localhost:9090/ashishTest/AshishHelloWorld
or
http://localhost:9090/ashishTest/servlet/AshishHelloWorld


I get the foll. error
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message /ashishTest/servlet/AshishHelloWorld

description The requested resource (/ashishTest/servlet/AshishHelloWorld) is not available.
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Thanks ....
 
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See the Invoker servlet FAQ for this VERY common problem - or just browse in the last week or so of posts here.
Note that your /ashishTest path MUST have a WEB-INF directory and a web.xml file. Requirements for web.xml are laid out in the Servlet API - everybody should have a copy.
Bill
 
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