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From caof2005 <>
Subject Re: Hello World Tutorial - Requested Resource not available
Date Sat, 13 Jun 2009 01:56:47 GMT

Thanks Viola.
I was wrong when writing the error message that I got. The correct one is:

HTTP status 404/HelloWorld/
type status report
mesage /HelloWorld/
description "The requested resource (/HelloWorld/) is not available.

And http://localhost:8080/HelloWorld/ address automatically appeared in the
url address bar of the embedded browser after I run/deploy.

So as you see nothing changes but the name of the resource.

However, while I was trying to inspect that address, I  appended  the
"hello.jsp" part to the end of the address. And it worked perfectly! Thanks
a lot!

But I still have the question...:
Is there a way to configure the embedded browser, so that it automatically
detects the correct URL?

I carefully followed each of the steps indicated in the tutorial, so I
supposed that I will get no error message at all, or had to change anything
in any view/browser.

The parameters that I used while I was in the Dynamic Project Wizard were:

Project Name: HelloWorld
Directory: D:\SWExercises\eclipse\HelloWorld
Target Runtime: Apache Geronimo v2.1
Dynamic WebModule Version: 2.5
Configuration: Default Configuration for Apache v2.1
Context Root: HelloWorld
Content Directory: WebContent
Java Source Directory: src
Generate Deployment Descriptor - yes
Group Id: default
Artifact Id:
Version: 1.0
Artifact Type: car
Add runtime dependency to Geronimo shared library - no

Parent Folder: HellWorld/WebContent
Name of the JSP added to the project: hello.jsp

Could you clarify what I did wrong?

Carlos wrote:
> For hello world sample, access link is
> http://localhost:8080/HelloWorld/hello.jsp, not
> http://localhost:8080/Hello/hello.jsp.
> caof2005 wrote:
>> Hi, folks, I´m totally newbe to Geronimo so this question:
>> I have tried to do the "Hello World Web Application" that is described in
>> the Geronimo´s v2.1 Developers Guide Tutorial Section.
>> I am using Eclipse Gamynedes 3.4.2 with the Geronimo Eclipse Plugin (GEP)
>> 2.1.4.
>> I followed each of the steps indicated in the tutorial, however at the
>> end when trying to run and deploy a simple Hello.jsp page from within
>> Eclipse GEP, what I got from the embedded browser is the following error:
>> HTTP status 404/hello/
>> type status report
>> mesage /hello/
>> description "The requested resource (/hello/) is not available.
>> Does anybody have an idea what can be happening?
>> Regards.
>> Carlos

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