snap3.PNG snap2.PNG snap.PNG Mohan Mehra Ranch Hand Posts: 74 posted 6 months ago nishant dahiya wrote:Hi Saif, I am facing the same problem as above and my program is almost similar. Then restart the server." share|improve this answer answered Jan 10 at 15:37 Sourav Saha 546 Why did you put a negative to my answer? Right click on the Tomat server and click "clean". I found the error and cleared it. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16340711/tomcat-http-status-404
Hope it helps. -Shruti nagi ponnaganti Greenhorn Posts: 4 posted 3 years ago It could happen if the
Does http://localhost:8080 show you the Tomcat welcome page? i got same error with any other app run on tomcat what should i do i have been googling but still not succeded please help this is my web.xml
Go to the wtpwebapps folder, R-click, and paste ROOT (say "yes" if asked if you want to merge/replace folders/files). Http Status 404 Error In Tomcat The Requested Resource Is Not Available Muhammad Saif Asif Mirza OCJA(5/6) OCJP(6) OCJWCD(6) Sagar Dafle Greenhorn Posts: 18 posted 3 years ago :') :'( :'( :') THANKS A TONNNNNNN SAIF !!! Because server location section goes grayed-unreachable.
Post Reply Bookmark Topic Watch Topic New Topic programming forums Java Java JSRs Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Languages Frameworks Products This Site Careers Other all forums Forum: Tomcat HTTP Status 404 error in tomcat Jayavardhan Ncbr Greenhorn Posts: 9 posted 5 years ago Hi, Check whether your tomcat service is running or not in services.msc Maria Anjum Greenhorn Posts: 7 posted 5 years ago 2 Well this problem is resolved.
Select Window->Show View->Server 3. Http Status 404 How To Fix It At the left column, under Server Locations, select Use Tomcat installation (note, when it is grayed out, read the section leading text! ;) ). Do you have any suggestions? so please make sure your resource exist first Dipankar Pal Greenhorn Posts: 2 posted 3 years ago Make sure you have a right resource under your war file.
i am newbie to Programming world.... Thanks, On Server tab >Select Tomcat Server (the one you are trying to start) > Right Click - Select Open > Go to section Server Location >Selct Radio button for Use Tomcat Installation >Set Server Path to //:the_tomcat_home_location >Set Deploy Path to //:the_tomcat_home_location priyank raj Greenhorn Posts: 1 posted 5 years ago i tried to solve this problem in this way as told by u: On Server tab >Select Tomcat Server (the one you are trying to start) > Right Click - Select Open > Go to section Server Location >Selct Radio button for Use Tomcat Installation >Set Server Path to //:the_tomcat_home_location >Set Deploy Path to //:the_tomcat_home_location but the problem is that section "server location" is not highlighted...so i am not able to make any changes there. Tomcat 404 Error Requested Resource Not Available Waiting for your reply. Http Status 404 The Requested Resource Is Not Available Tomcat 7 Becayse on 9th minute he starts talking about that.
Thanks @Agrata shukla –Java.beginner Apr 15 '15 at 11:51 Thanks a lot! http://orgias.org/http-status/http-status-500-error-in-eclipse.html directory structure of my application: Tomcat 6.0\webapps\MYAPP is the application and it has form.html and WEB-INF. You may be mixing technical aspects of Web applications. posted 4 years ago Hi, I am also getting the same 404 resource not found error but in my case tomcat homepage is showing jeff rosenberg Greenhorn Posts: 1 posted 4 years ago 1 Did you build the project? Apache Tomcat Error 404 The Requested Resource Is Not Available
When does bugfixing become overkill, if ever? I have copied following text from website http://www.coreservlets.com/Apache-Tomcat-Tutorial/tomcat-7-with-eclipse.html which is quite helpful. Here's my hello.jsp file : "<%@ page language="java" contentType="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" pageEncoding="ISO-8859-1"%>
SCJP5 Rob Spoor Sheriff Posts: 20703 68 I like... Http Status 404 - Type Status Report Message Description The Requested Resource Is Not Available. If you haven't already identified the problem, it is likely related to the code on the JSP page. I only don't see how that's useful while developing using Eclipse.
You would otherwise have gotten an exception in Tomcat's startup log and the browser would show a browser-specific "Connection timed out" error page (and thus not a Tomcat-specific error page which would impossibly be served when Tomcat was not up and running!) share|improve this answer answered Mar 28 '12 at 16:00 BalusC 684k20824802695 14 If the section is grayed out, make sure the tomcat does not have any projects configured. i have been struggling with such a silly mistake from yesterday !! Thanks. Http Status 404 Means posted 5 years ago Hi I am a Servlets and JSP newbie and I am getting a similar error.
Next question is , are you trying to change default Tomcat port from 8080 to 8081 ? Now when I try "http://localhost/8081" it is showing me the home page of tomcat. Ronnie She Greenhorn Posts: 1 posted 3 years ago This is very useful, you may refer to this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1Fc7PuOtT4 RatneshM Ray Greenhorn Posts: 2 posted 2 years ago dont type any extension(.java/.jsp) in the url ........ have a peek at these guys posted 8 years ago Take a look at the web.xml heading in tomcat/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/web.xml.
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