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From Peng Tuck Kwok <pengt...@makmal.net>
Subject Re: Can't run servlet under own project directly
Date Wed, 26 Feb 2003 06:16:14 GMT
I think you need to add a context for it first. You can use the admin 
interface to do it or make use of tomcat's autodeploy feature from a 
.war file. You could also manually enter the context on your own in 
server.xml . There are plenty of examples in there.

Cora wrote:
> I use tomcat 4.1.8 and create a "project\ehrs" directory under "webapps\".
> Save "helloworld.html" to "..\project\ehrs\", and make the form action url
> to "../servlet/ServletHelloWorld",
> also put the servlet to "..\project\WEB-INF\classes\ServletHelloWorld.class"
> 
> Moreover, I also un-remark the following at "..\Program Files\Apache
> Group\Tomcat 4.1\conf\web.xml"
> 
>   <!-- The mapping for the invoker servlet -->
>     <servlet-mapping>
>         <servlet-name>invoker</servlet-name>
>         <url-pattern>/servlet/*</url-pattern>
>     </servlet-mapping>
> 
> But I got the following error message when I run the servlet:
> 
> 
>>HTTP Status 404 - /project/servlet/ServletHelloWorld
>>type: Status report
>>message: /project/servlets/ServletHelloWorld
>>description: The requested resource (/project/servlet/ServletHelloWorld)
> 
> is not available.
> 
> What else config I need to modify / add? Anyone can teach me?
> Thanks at advance!
> Cora
> 
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