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From Charles Baker <raschar...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: web.xml not working
Date Tue, 26 Jun 2001 23:59:20 GMT
Okay, that sample was just what I had modified/copied
from the web.xml that was supplied w/ TomCat.
--- Erin Lester <eclester@student.math.uwaterloo.ca>
wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion, but I don't think that's
> it.  According to the
> Java Servlet Spec. v2.2 (ch. 13, pg 65),
> servlet-mapping isn't contained
> within the servlet element, but is a seperate
> element.  
> 
> In my original post I said I couldn't have a web.xml
> file in my
> application.  That was incorrect, I am able to have
> a web.xml file, but
> the servlet mappings in it aren't working.
> 
> To clarify, my servlet isn't in a package.
> 
> - Erin
> 
> On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Charles Baker wrote:
> 
> >Here is a servlet definition from my web.xml file:
> >
> >    <servlet>
> >        <servlet-name>
> >            Login
> >        </servlet-name>
> >        <servlet-class>
> >            com.beeslender.servlets.LoginServlet
> >        </servlet-class>
> >        <servlet-mapping>
> >            <servlet-name>
> >                Login
> >            </servlet-name>
> >            <url-pattern>
> >                /Login
> >            </url-pattern>
> >        </servlet-mapping>
> >    </servlet>
> >
> >Notice that <servlet-mapping> is a child of
> <servlet>.
> >Also, did you create your servlets as part of a
> >package? If so, you need a directory structure
> under
> >$TOMCAT_HOME/sampleapp/WEB-INF/classes that matches
> >your package. For example, 
> >
>
>$TOMCAT_HOME/sampleapp/WEB-INF/classes/com/beeslender/servlets
> >
> >That's where the *.class files would go.
> >
> >--- Erin Lester
> <eclester@student.math.uwaterloo.ca>
> >wrote:
> >> I have created a web application as per the
> Servlet
> >> API specs and deployed
> >> it into the webapps directory of Tomcat in a
> >> directory called 'sampleapp.'
> >> 
> >> The only way that I am able to access the
> webapp's
> >> servlet (which is in
> >> sampleapp/WEB-INF/classes) is by the url
> >> 'SERVERADDRESS/sampleapp/servlet/SERVLETNAME' and
> >> this is only when I
> >> don't have a web.xml file in the WEB-INF
> directory. 
> >> When I place the
> >> web.xml file that I created (using to the
> documents
> >> on the Sun and
> >> Jakarta sites) I am unable to find my servlet.
> >> 
> >> The servlet mapping in the web.xml file looks
> like
> >> this:
> >> 
> >> 	<servlet>
> >> 	
> <servlet-name>StoryGeneratorServlet</servlet-name>
> >> 
> >> 		<servlet-class>StoryGenerator</servlet-class> 
> >> 	</servlet>
> >> 
> >> 	<servlet-mapping>
> >> 	
> <servlet-name>StoryGeneratorServlet</servlet-name>
> >> 
> >> 		<url-pattern>/story</url-pattern> 
> >> 	</servlet-mapping>
> >> 
> >> I tried using the urls
> >> 'SERVERNAME/sampleapp/servlet/story' and
> >> 'SERVERNAME/sampleapp/story'
> >> 
> >> I also tried to install the J2EE sample
> 'petstore'
> >> web application but had
> >> problems accessing the servlets with it too.  I
> am
> >> able to get to the jsps
> >> and static files okay.
> >> 
> >> Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? 
> >> 
> >> Thanks!
> >> Erin
> >> 
> >> PS - I'm using Tomcat 3.2 with Apache 1.3 on Sun
> 2.7
> >> 
> >
> >
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