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HTTP Status 503 - This application is not currently available

 
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Hi,

For the past few days I keep getting this "HHTTP Status 503 - This application is not currently available" when I tried to deploy my app. I didn't have this error before.

When I visit the "Tomcat Web Application Manager" page, the application is not listed there, even though I have the .war file in the \webapps directory and it appeared to expanded the war file when tomcat is started.

Any idea how I could fix this problem?

I am using Apache Tomcat/6.0.7.

EDIT: I checked the log and it mentioned something about LVTT class format error. Oh well. I will just revert to a good version.
[ May 29, 2007: Message edited by: Wilson Gordon ]
 
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i kind of get the same error:

HTTP Status 503 -
type Status report
description
The requested service () is not currently available.

i'm running "Sun Java System Application Server 9.1"

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Something failed during the attempt to initialize your web application. This could be anything from a missing class to a malformed web.xml file. The log files should show a reason.

How are you starting the server?

Bill
 
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i start the server right-clicking on the system tray java logo and select "Start Defaul Server"


Thank You.

I'm attaching some of the errors at the server logs


 
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java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.sun.faces.config.GlassFishConfigureListener.scanWebXml(Z)V
at com.sun.faces.config.GlassFishConfigureListener.contextInitialized(GlassFishConfigureListener.java:46) [/
QUOTE]

That sounds like a GlassFish version conflict to me. It found a version of GlassFishConfigureListener that does not have scanWebXml method.

Looks like you are compiling with one library and trying to run with another one.

Bill

 
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how can i make it point to the right libraries? or where can i check where the libraries are stored?

is it C:\Sun\SDK\lib?
or C:\Sun\SDK\domains\domain1\lib?


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