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From Adrian Brown <adrianjonbr...@yahoo.com.au>
Subject Re: action mapping error (2nd post)
Date Thu, 22 Aug 2002 07:23:06 GMT
Hi Frederic,

Usually when I get this error it means something is
amiss in the web.xml file, either it cannot be parsed
because of unexpected elements or cannot be found at
all. Check the output from the console where you
started tomcat from, it should give you some clues.

Adrian

 --- Frederic Barozzi <frederic.barozzi@ifrance.com>
wrote: > re Hi,
> 
> i done the following intallations:
> - sdk 1.4
> - j2ee 1.3.1
> - Tomcat 4.0.4
> - Struts 1.0.2
> - Eclipse 2.0
> - Tomcat eclipse plugin
> - Easy struts eclipse plugin
> - struts config file editor.
> 
> I made a simple application, that asks for a login
> and a passsword.
> - I launch tomcat
> - I launch my web navigator
> - http://localhos:8080/myApp/form/userLoginForm.jsp
> 
> => An error occured "Cannot find ActionMappings or
> ActionFormBeans collection"
> 
> Any idea. I installed nothing more that i describe
> on top
> 
> thanks in advance
> 
> Fred
>  

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