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From "Andreas" <sardanapalos...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Runtime created files not accessible.SOLUTION FINALLY!!!
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2008 10:41:35 GMT
ONCE AGAIN THNX TO ALL!

It turned out that NetBeans deployment in Tomcat was destroying 
everything!!!!

The solution was to clean and build the project with Netbeans, but manuall 
deploy the war file from
the Tomcat Manager...

Now everything works as it should...

I just can't believe the frustration and waste of time NetBeans stupuid 
deploying mechanisms have caused me...

So to anyone who might have the same situation, be careful...

Take care all and keep up the good work and the healthy supporting IT 
community
that saves people's lives :)

Best Regards,

Andreas, Greece.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andreas" <sardanapalos928@hotmail.com>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2008 10:38 AM
Subject: Re: Runtime created files not accessible.Some progress.


>
> One big thnx to all of you who have shown interest in my situation.
>
> There has been some "progress"...
>
> Marcus, I didnt try your code, since the problem doesnt occur just with 
> java, but also
> if i manually create a new folder/file in windows while the server is up.
> I get same problem.
>
> The other thing I noticed is that, if i create new folder/file in windows 
> environment,
> in the ROOT context path, where there are already applications running on 
> the server,
> then the server DOES SEE THEM.
> for example, there is this path:    C:\Program Files\Apache Software 
> Foundation\Tomcat 6.0\webapps\ROOT
> and i create the folder a and the file b.txt,
> then i can give the url: http://localhost:8080/a/b.txt
> and tomcat DOES OPEN IT!!!
>
> The problem exists with all kind of web applications created with 
> NetBEans!!
> Not particularly JSF, since I also had it with simple JSP...
>
> Any idea what kind of configuration and in which file could cause this 
> thing...???
> Could it be that i dont form the URL properly maybe???
>
> Thank you all very very much.
>
> Andreas.
>
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