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From Lou Caudell <>
Subject Re: HTTP Status 404 - /jsp-examples/
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2006 14:17:27 GMT wrote:
> Can't get the jsp-example to run, getting 404 error.
> I have installed tomcat 5.0.28 under AIX 5.3 and Java SDK 1.4.2. The
> service is 
> running under the same account that I used to install. I have setup the 
> following environment variables:
> I have added following to the path: /usr/java14/jre/bin:/usr/java14/bin
> The default page index.jsp from the webapps folder comes up okay and I
> can 
> perform most of the admin functions however the jsp-examples and
> servelet 
> examples return 404 error.
> I have installed tomcat multiple times yet no luck.  Google has not been
> of any 
> help. In the bugs database, only reference I found was to check on the
> tomcat 
> users list.
> Seems like tomcat is missing the context path for jsp-examples, where
> would I 
> check that? Shouldn't that be alreday defined in the default
> configuration 
> files.
> Please advise, I am really frustrated.  Thanks!
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You didn't show an example of the url being called, so I must ask if you 
included the port on which tomcat is running in your call.
  ie.... http://<host>:8080/jsp-examples/<some.jsp>

8080 is the default, but it can be changed in the server.xml file.
- Lou Caudell
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