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App fine in WebLogic, not in Tomcat  RSS feed

 
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I'm working with Tomcat 5.5.17 on Win2K using JDK 1.5.0_07. I've got a Struts / Hibernate app that I'm trying to deploy.

It deploys and runs fine in WebLogic 8.1.3, no problem.

However, when I try to load it on Tomcat and access the first JSP page I get this error in the browser:



I've checked the Tomcat logs and there is nothing in there. Even if I reload the page to get the error several times, Tomcat does not provide any details in the logs.

I've checked to make sure that web.xml and struts-config.xml are valid. As far as I can tell, they are. It seems that they should be valid because the app works fine in WebLogic.

Has anyone seen this behavior before? Any hints on troubleshooting?

Thanks,

J
 
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Where have you put all the 3rd party jars (struts.jar, etc...)?
 
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Thanks for the reply.

WEB-INF\lib

By the way, I'm using an exploded deployment -- deploying an open directory instead of a .war file.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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