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JBoss Error!

 
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I enountered error, when i tried to access jboss from Internet Explorer.
The server shows error(in console) something like [localhost]Mapping Configuration Error.On the Internet Explorer screen it shows http:404 request cannot be completed error.The address i used in browser was http://localhost:8080/.
One thing, i have Apache Tomcat Installed on my computer,even after uninstalling it, Jboss was giving the same error([localhost]Mapping Configuration Error).
I think there is some problem with the port service.I am new to jboss, can anyone help me?
How can i see which port is used by which service on my computer.

Thanks in Advance,
Vijendra
 
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A 404 is a "not found" error, which usually means the server is there, but the resource you are asking for doesn't exist. What resource do you expect to see when you ask for "http://localhost:8080" without any further context? Normally I'd expect the request to look like "http://localhost:8080/myWebApp" - I don't think you can configure a default web app. with the version of Tomcat that ships with JBoss.
[ May 10, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
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